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THE 



1952 



Mount 



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Foreword 

The final bell has rung. Our graduation has 
closed the curtain of a four year drama. Every 
advantage afforded by a Catholic education 
is ours. During our senior year our aim was 
"To live the life of an Apostle." Combining 
our aims and education we are ready to go 
forth building for time and eternitv. 

Through further stud)' and sincere effort we, 
the class of 1952 will assume our places among 
the greater people of the world. The principles 
of our school and the watchful guidance of our 
teachers will influence us while continuing on 
this road of life. 




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Presentm 



THE MOUNT 

1952 




MOUNT SAINT JOSEPH ACADEMY 



Volume 13 



Catherine A. Barrett 
EJiior-in-Clncf 

Philip J. Thayer 

Business Mamgcr 



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Dedication 




We dedicate the 1952 Mount to 
Robert M. Bove 
our beloved classmate whose tragic death brought deep sorrow 
to our hearts. "Bob" was one of the most popular and active 
members of our class. 

Etsrtm rest grant unlo linn, Oli, Lord, 
And lil pcrjvfna! light shim upon lu'in. 



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Our Aim 
"To Live the Life of an Apostle" 




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Mount Editorial Board 




SctilfJ, Lj'i ii'nqlir Mary Metier, Theresa Drukc, Shirley O'Neill, Constance Coursey, Edward Handiey, 

Anne Gouchoe, June Goodell, Nancy Brousseau. 
Stiiiiilmq, li/i it' rijjfit, Joan Lucas, Kathleen ORoiirke, David Eajjan, Thomas Wilsun. Catherine Barren, 

EJi 'iiif-ni-Jttij ; Bernard Archamhauh, Muy Clark, Catherine LaEelle. 



EDITOR'S NOTE 

After four years of high school during which we were taught the principles 
of good living, we are facing the world. 

The memories of our past four years have been bound into the 1952 
edition of "The Mount." It is the wish of the editorial staff of this, the 
thirteenth volume of the yearbook, that we recall these memories in times of 
sorrow, trouble or joy; they will lighten our hearts and relieve our burdens. 

The Staff has looked forward to compiling this annual and under the 
guidance of Sister Mary Barbara has worked painstakingly to present it as the 
greatest accomplishment of our Senior year. 

Catherine A. Barrett, 

Editor-in-Chief. 



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Mount Business Board 




Business MdtMgtr, Philip Thayer, 

Scaud, hjt Ip right: Mary Pawlusiah, Louise Garofano, Jean Taylor, Betty Chcslcy, Joan Herf. Mary Ellen 
Coombs. 

Standing, L/t to right: Margaret Canary, Donald Trombley, Edmund Taylor, Donald Perfetti, Helen Chamber- 
land, Carlton Looby, Margaret Combat ti. 



BUSINESS MANAGER'S NOTE 

In presenting the 1952 edition of the Mount St. Joseph Academy Yearbook, 
we the Business Board wish to express our gratitude to the business men and 
women of the city and the surrounding areas for their generosity and cooperation 
in financing this book. 

Without your splendid cooperation and financial aid the 1952 Yearbook 
would not have been possible. 

To the Class of 1952, "Thanks" for your outstanding cooperation and 
willingness in making "The Mount" a great success. 

Philip J. Thayer, 

Bn.situ'55 Manager. 



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His Excellency, The Most Reverend Edward F. Ryan, D.D. 
Bishop of BYri.tngton 



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Right Rlvi.rlnd William A, Crowley 
Diocesan School Superintendent 



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Our Pastors 
of 
Rutland 

Our Pastors have guided us through 
eight years of grammar school. It was 
with this same loving kindness they 
followed us through high school. 

We take this opportunity to express 
our gratitude to them. 




Right Revi ri nd Monsic.nor John M Ki smdv 




Reverend Robert F. Jotce Reverend Ah red L. Desaltels 



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Our Principal 




Reverend John A. Lynch 



TO THE CLASS OF 1952 

You will not lack advice as you step forth on your separate ways. Some 
would attempt to frighten you; others to encourage you. All will wish the 
best to you, yet all would imply that in the end it is up to you. Parents and 
teachers have been a help to you thus far, but their help wilf be greatly dimin- 
ished once you have graduated. You have, however, in your class motto a 
guiding light that will remain as long as you make the effort to remember it. 
Therein, you will find a practical rule to direct your choice in every circum- 
stance. To be moving always is not important, it is rather necessary to make 
certain that when one moves, one moves in the right direction. My prayer for 
you as you depart is the prayer that future years will ever find you moving 
"Always Onward Towards Our God." 

May the blessing of Almighty God, Son and Holy Ghost descend upon 
you and remain forever. 

Father Lynch. 



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The Faculty 



Reverend John A. Lynch, Principal 

Sister Mary Annunciata, Assistant Principal 

Teachers: Sisters of Saint Joseph 

Lay Teachers: Miss Jean Smith 
Miss Mary Canney 
Mr. James McLaughlin 
Mr. Walter Moore 
Mr. Robert Rounds 



To the faculty, who have patiently guided our course through our four 
years at "The Mount" and to those who have made our Catholic education 
possible, we express our sincere gratitude. 

It has always been their constant aim to prepare us to travel the road of 
life. Through our journey along this road the fruits of your labors will be shown 
in our success, accomplishments and strength of character. This will always 
remind us of the debt of thanks we owe you. 



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Mary M. Canney 



Jean M. Smith 



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CLASS SONG ~ 1952 



"Words: Barbara Druke Music: German Pilgrim's Hymn to Our Lady 

Farewell, Mount Saint Joseph 

Our time has now come to leave, 

Though we are rejoicing 

In our hearts we grieve. 

We will meet the challenge of the world 

With your banners high, unfurled. 

We ask Our Lord's blessing 
In the years to come 
For you who have helped us 
Toward our eternal home. 
Our hearts for you are true 
Our prayers will stay with you. 



Class Motto: 

"MwfflS Onward Toward Our God" 

Class Colors: 
Blue and White 

Class Flower: 
Red Rose 



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SENIORS 




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Honor Students 



VALEDICTORIAN SALUTATOR1AN 




Mary J. Elkey A, Tjiehesi: Pockctte D. Patrick Faoan 



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Class Officers 




L/i tn ri^ln: Catherine Barrett, Secretary; Edward Kupic, Ptmjmti Norman ThiKiult, 
VKe-Prtsiaent; Thomas Levins, Treasurer, 



President's Address 

We are very happy to welcome you this evening to our Class Night 
Exercises and to know that your interest in us has been evidenced "even unto 
the end" of our high school days. 

For the past three years we have attended the exercises of preceding 
classes. Then our own graduation seemed too far off to demand any serious 
consideration. But the long expected moment has suddenly become a reality. 
We are preparing to take leave of all that we hold dear at the Mount and to 
embark on a voyage into a world of uncharted spaces where we must prove 
our mettle. During out four years at Mount Saint Joseph we have learned 
what to expect and we look forward with our ideals and a firm determination 
to emerge from our struggle victorious. 

This evening we possess mingled feelings of joy and regret. Naturally 
we are elated by the fact that we have successful! y completed high school; 
but, we are saddened at the thought of leaving the Mount. We will sorelv 
miss the encouragement and advice that have been available to us in solving 
our problems; the untiring interest in our behalf as shown by our Reverend 
Principal Father Lynch; the Reverend Sisters; and the lay members of the 
faculty. 

Yes, eventually we will have to face life. We will have to make deci- 
sions on our own. By these decisions made in accordance with the principles 
which we have been taught we will prove our gratitude to our parents whose 
sacrifices have made our Catholic education possible. 

In conclusion I wish to thank sincerely the members of the Class of '52 
for their fine spirit of co-operation; I wish each and every member all the success 
possible and the hope for a bright and prosperous future. 

Edward A, Kupic, 

Class President. 



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Our Farewell 



As we leave St. Joseph 
We leave memories dear; 
All our thoughts are turning 
To our passing years. 

The guidance from our teachers, 
Sisters, priest, and lay 
Greatly we give thanks for 
On this commencement day. 

Through your wondrous portals 
We shall pass this day 
Trusting in our Savior 
To guide us on our way. 

On this path before us 
Success we will attain. 
Farewell to Mt. St. Joseph! 
Our memories will remain. 

Mary Mecier. 



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Aeberico, Betty Ann 



**0et" 



Senior Cabinet; Mission Crusade 4; Student Retreat t , 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Retreat; May Procession I, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession I; Red 
Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Catcehecics 3; Art I ; Journalism 2; Freedom Crusade 
3, 4; Glee Cluh 1, 2, 3, 4; Commerce Cluh 4; Athletic Association 
1 , 2, 3, 4; Freshman Reception Committee 4; Christmas Charity I, 2, 
3, 4; Dramatics 4. 

"Generosity and enthusiasm go hand in hand." 



Akchambai'i.t, Bernard Chahi.es 



"ArJn 



"Mount" Editorial Board, May Procession L, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 
I, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1,2,3, 4; Christmas Charity 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Art I, 3; Glee Cluh 3; Baseball J. V. 2; Fatima Procession I; Freedom 
Crusade 3, 4; Senior Play. 

"A man was born to do two things — think — act." 




Bai lstra, Jeanne Cloth da 



"Jamie" 



Glee Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Residents' Club 1 , 3; Cccilian Club 1. 2, 3; 
Tarcisian Club 1, 2; Catcchetics 3; Mission Crusade 4. 

"Never worry — never hurry." 



Barrett. Catherine Ann 



"Kmr" 



"Mount" Editor-in-Chief; "Clarion" Editorial Board 2, 3,4, Asso- 
ciate Editor 3, Feature Editor 4; Bicycle Court Judge 4; Girls" State 3 
Monitor 4; Class Secretary 4; Senior Cabinet; Freshman Reception 
Committee 4; New England Music Festival 2; Journal Convention 4 
Diocesan Play Contest, "Strange Road," 3; Senior Retreat; Student 
Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4; May Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession 1 
Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Chanty 1 , 2, 3, 4; Athletic Assoc u 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Journalism ) ; Cathcccties 3; Freedom Crusade 3, 4 
Gymnastic Circus 4; Concert Usher 4; Class Honors. 

"Success has been attained through ability plus diligence." 



BeANE, Norman Lee 



"BtMllil" 



Senior Retreat; Fatima Procession 1; Glee Club 3; Freedom Cru- 
sade 3, 4; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Charity I, 2, 3, 4; Student 
Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4, 

"Never say more than is necessary." 




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Beiit, Heie.nj; Makh 



"R-lr 




Senior Cabinet; Monitor 4; Residents 'Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President 
4; Girls' State 3; New England Music Festival 2; Catechetics 3; 
"Clarion''' Editorial Board 2, 3, 4; Mission Crusade 4; Cantata 2; 
Prince nf Kill.uney 3; Freshman Reception Committee 4; journalism 
1, 2; Christmas Charity 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1,2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3„ 4; Student Retreat 1,2,3, 4; Senior Retreat, May 
Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession !; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Free- 
dom Crusade 3, 4; Concert Usher 4; Brotherhood Essay Contest Winner 
4; Class Honors. 

"A bit of seriousness, a bit of tun 
And with it all her work well done," 



Brac.o, Gene Elizabeth 



"jruuii" 



Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; May Procession I, 2, 3, 4; Christmas 
Charity 1,2,3,4; Residents' Club 1 , 2; Athletic Association 1,2,3, 4; 
Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 1 , 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 4; Fatima 
Procession 1 . 

"Faithful to every trust, gentle, loyal, kind and just," 



Bresnehan, John Pathkk 



Band 3, 4; Minstrel 3; May Procession 3, 4; Christmas Chanty 3, 4; 
Senior Retreat; Student Retreat 3, 4; Athletic Association 3, 4j Red 
Cross 3,4; Freedom Crusade 3.4; Senior Play. 

"Fun in work and lun in piay, 
A jolly fellow in every way." 




Buoi ssi \ i ' . Nancv Jean 



'XiIUll 1 " 



Glee Club 4; May Procession 3, 4; "Mount" Editorial Board; 
Student Retreat 3,4; Senior Retreat; Christmas Charity 3,4; Red Cross 
3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Athletic Association 3, 4; Dramatics 4. 

"She's happy, kind, and still, 
With a quiet way and a gentle wi!l." 



Brunei i i-, Roum i Wai no 



"VV.il Iv" 



Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, J.V. 1; A. A. Usher 3, 4; Tournament 
Usher 3. 4; Athletic Association 1.2,3, 4; Red Cross I , 2, 3, 4; May 
Procession I, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession 1; Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Retreat; Christmas Chanty 1,2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4. 

"We grant that thought he has much wit 
He's very shy in using it." 



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Burjce, Frances Vincentla 



"Framiii" 



Majorette 1; Drum Majorette 2, 3, 4; New England Music Festival 2; 
Vermont Music Festival ] , 2, 3, 4; "Clarion" Business Board 2, 3, 4, 
Co-Business Manager 3; Shawnee Leadership Institute Delegate 3; 
Dramatics 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Retreat; Chtistmas Chanty I, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
May Procession I, 2, 3. 4; Fatima Procession 1; Red Cross I, 2,3, 4; 
Cotillion 3, 4; Cantata 2; Gymnastic Circus 4. 

"A pleasing lass with pleasing ways." 



Canary, Margaret Anne 



"Miir^ii" 



Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; May Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Fatima Procession 1; Red Cross L, 2, 3, 4; "Mount" Business Board; 
"Clarion" Business Board 3, 4; Art 1; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Glee 
Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Christmas Charity 1 , 2, 3, 4; Cantata 2; Dramatics 4; 
Prince of Killarney 3; J.V, Cheerleader 1, 2, Co-Captain 2; Girls' 
Basketball 4. 

"Sowing happiness and reaping friendship." 



Carrioax, John Rav.mo.mi 



Freshman Reception Committee 4; Minstrel 3; Student Council 4; 
Dramatics 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Fatima Procession I; Red Cross 
1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1 , 2, 3, 4; Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Retreat; May Procession I, 2, 3, 4. 

"At peace with all." 



Carroll. Marm.vn Anne 



"Clarion" Typist 4; Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; May Procession 
I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2; Commerce Club 4; Athletic Association 
1,2,3, 4; J.V. Cheerleader 1 ; Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; 
Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2; Senior Retreat; Fatima Pro- 
cession 1; Christmas Charity 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 4; Tarsieian Club 
1, 2; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Cheerleader Convention 4; Art 1; Gym- 
nastic Circus 4, 

'"I here IS always a smile and a cheerful Hi, whenever Marilyn 
passes by, 



Carroll, Robert Henrv 



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CJ'f 



Varsity Basketball 4, J.V 1 , 2. 3; Baseball J.V, 1; Football Manager 
2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession I; Minstrel 2, 3; Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; 
Athletic Association 1 , 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Christmas 
Chanty 1,2,3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; May Procession 1, 2, 3. 4; 
Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat. 

"This life is indeed delightful." 







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Carroll, Robkrt Joseph 



•B. J." 



Varsity Football 3; Basketball J.V. I, 2; Baseball J.V. I; Class 
Treasurer 3; Senior Ball Committee 3; Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Retreat; May Procession 1 , 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Athletic Association 
1,2. 3,4; Christmas Charity 1 , 2, 3. 4; Fat i ma Procession 1 j Red Cross 
1 , 2, 3, 4. 

"A merry heart lives long. " 



Chamberi.and, Helen Marie Helen 

'■Mount" Business Board; Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; May Procession 
1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Chanty I, 2. 3, 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 4. 

"With virtue and quietness one may conquer the world." 



Chesley, Betty Anne " cls 

"Clarion" Editorial Board L, 2, 3, 4, News Editor 4; "Mount'] 
Business Board; May Procession i. 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession I; "Roto" 
News Reporter 4; Dramatics 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Freshman 
Reception Committee, Tickets 4; Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Retreat; Journalism I; Glee Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Ccciiian Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Music Graduation Concert 4, Cantata 2; Prince of Kiliarncy 3; Christ- 
mas Chanty I, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; 
Journalism Convention 2, 4; Athletic Association 1 , 2, 3, 4; Gymnastic 
Circus 4; Concert Usher 4, 

"Equally energetic for work and entertainment." 



Clark, Mary Elisabeth M'"7 

Majorette 1,2, 3, 4, Head Majorette 2, 4; New England Music 
Festival 2; Vermont State Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; "Clarion" Business 
Board 2, 3, 4, Co- Business Manager 3; "Mount" Editorial Board; 
Senior Retreat; Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 4; Cantata 2; 
Glee Club I, 2, 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3. 4; May Procession 
1,2,3,4; Fatima Procession I ; Red Cross 1,2,3,4; Christmas Charity 
1, 2, 3, 4; Cotillion 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Girls' Basketball 4; 
Gymnastic Circus 4; National Baton Twirling Association 4. 

"Happy, clever, full of fun, she has a smile for everyone," 



Cocci a, John Rt'sso J"'" 1 

Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; May Procession 1 , 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; 
Christmas Charity 1,2,3,4; Athletic Association 1 , 2, 3, 4; Freedom 
Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Football J.V. 1, 2; Fatima Proces- 
sion 1 . 

"Let me but do my work from day to day." 



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Coi.ADONATO, HeNERV JOSEPH 



'H.nik" 



Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4, Captain 4; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity Football 3, 4; Ba kctball All-Tournament Team 3, Captain 4; 
May Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession 1 ; Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Charity 1, 2, 3, 4; Student 
Retreat 1,2,3, 4; Senior Retreat. 

"To be a worthy athlete 
Would be to him a dream complete." 



Commit, Rose Marie "Rasic" 

Student Retreat I, 2, 3, 4; May Procession I, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Retreat; Fatima Procession 1; Red Cross 1. 2. 3, 4; Catechetics 3; 
Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Residents' Club I , 2, 3; Christinas 
Charity 1, 2, 3, 4. 

"Pleasingly shy manner and generous heart." 



Colomb, Annh Josephine "Amiic" 

Mission Crusade 4; Student Retreat 1.2,3,4; May Procession 1,2, 
3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; 
Fatima Procession 1; Dramatics; Christmas Cbarity I, 2, 3, 4; Com- 
merce Club; Athletic Association 1 , 2, 3, 4; Gymnastic Circus 4. 

"Always ready to do her part." 



CoMBAirt, Margaret Christine "EiiJeiV" 

Catechetics 3; Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
"Mount" Business Board; Christmas Chanty I, 2, 3. 4; Athletic 
Association I, 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Fatima Procession 1; A.A. Ticket Seller 4; May Procession 1 , 2, 3, 4. 

"Music is the speech of the Angels." 



Coombs, Mary Ellen "Mary" 

Dramatics 4, President; Commerce Club 4; Athletic Association 
2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2, 3, 4; "Mount" Business Board; Catechetics 3; 
Christmas Charity 2. 3, 4; May Procession 2, 3, 4; Student Retreat 
2, 3,4; Mission Crusade 4. 

"As ambitious as the day is long." 



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Copps, Edward MiciiAF.i- 



Student Council 2; Class Vice President 2; Senior Cabinet; Minstrel 
1, 2; End Man 3; Boys' State 3; Freshman Reception Committee 4; 
Football, J.V. 1, Varsity 3, 4; Baseball, J.V. 1; Sophomore Hop 
Committee 2; Senior Ball Committee 3; Class Ring Committee 3; 
Clcc Club I, 2, 3, 4; Journalism I; "Clarion" Editorial Board I, 2; 
Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; Athletic Association 1.2,3, 
4; May Procession 1 , 2, 3, 4; Fan ma Procession 1 ; Red Cross 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Art 1; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Christmas Chanty I, 2, 3, 4; Dewing 
4; Cantata 2; Senior Play. 

"A little nonsense now and then, is relished by the wisest men." 



Coursey, Constance Joanne 



'Comttc' 



Art !, 2, 3; "Mount" Co-Art Editor; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Senior Ball Committee 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Retreat 1, 2, 
3, 4; Senior Retreat; May Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession 1; 
Red Cross 1. 2, 3, 4; Catcchctics 3; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Athletic 
Association 1 , 2, 3, 4; Christmas Chanty 1,2,3,4; Prince of Killarney 
3; Cantata 2. 

"A valuable asset to any class." 





Czihy, Kathleen Paula 



■KaiW' 



Student Retreat 3, 4; May Procession 3, 4; Residents' Club 3, 4; 
Ceeilian Club 3, 4; Commerce Club 4; Senior Retreat; Dramatics 4; 
Christmas Charity 3, 4; Athletic Association 3, 4; Junior Red Cross 
3, 4; Class Honors. 

"A pleasant disposition is one of God's greatest gifts." 



Davison , Dorothy J f an 



'Dotty" 



Red Cross 3, 4; Senior Retreat; Christmas Charity 3, 4; Freedom 
Crusade 3, 4; Athletic Association 3. 4; Commerce Club 4; Girls' 
State 3; Student Retreat 3, 4. 

"Silence is Golden." 




deBettenooi'rt, Rosemary Elizabeth 



"Roiitflir" 



Catcchctics 3; Student Retreat 3, 4; Senior Retreat; May Procession 
3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Ceeilian Club 3, 4; 
Residents' Club 4; Music Graduation Concert 4; Prince ot Kdlarney 

3; Christmas Charity 3, 4. 
"A rain or shine partner." 



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Dei.lVf.keri, Anna Frances 



\AHPIU-' 



Fatima Procession 1; Mission Crusade 4; Student Retreat 1,2,3, 4; 
Senior Retreat; May Procession 1,2,3,4; Red Cross 1 , 2, 3,4; Freedom 
Crusade 3, 4; Christmas Chanty [, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 
3, 4. 

"A peaceful stillness about her." 



Drin water, Shirley Acnes "Slur!" 

Senior Cabinet; Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, -1; May ("recession 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Commerce Club 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Ser.ier Retreat; Fatima 
Procession 1; Freshman Reception Committee 4; Christmas Charity 
1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1 , 2, 3, 4; Tarcisian Club Ij Mission 
Crusade 4, 

"It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice." 



Dkuke, Barbara Margaret "BtiM'ic" 

May Procession 3, 4; Student Retreat 3, 4; Senior Retreat; Catcchctics 
3; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Monitor 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Ceeilian Club 
3, 4; Treasurer 4; Residents' Club 3, 4; Music Graduation Concert 4; 
Dramatics 4; Prince of Kdlarney 3; Concert Uglier 4. 

"Ready, willing, and able arc her bywords." 



Druke, Theresa Acnes "Trrrv" 

Monitor 4; Senior Retreat; Student Retreat 3, 4; May Procession 3, 4; 
Red Cross 3, 4; "Mount" Editorial Board 4; Cateehcties 3; Freedom 
Crusade 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Dramatics 4; Residents' Club 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4; Athletic Association 3, 4; Ceeilian Club 3, 4; Prince 
of Killarney 3; Concert Usher 4; Class Honors. 

"With a link of hlueness from the sky 
And a hint of mischief in her eye." 



El ■Kay , Mary Joyce "Tmicr" 

Mission Crusade 4; Student Retreat f, 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat ;May 
Procession f , 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession f; Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; Free- 
dom Crusade 3, 4; Monitor 4; Christmas Charity I, 2, 3. 4; Athletic 
Association 1, 2, 3. 4; Class Honors. 

"Certain to meet a bright future." 



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hniLKSoN. Mary Ei kanor 



Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4; May Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; 
Kit tuna Profession 1 ; Red Cro:s I , 2, 3, 4; Journalism t ; Freedom Cru- 
sade 3, 4; Christmas Chanty 1 , 2, 3, 4; New England Music Festival 2; 
Athletic Association 1 , 2. 3, 4; Dramatics 4. 

"She's true to her word, her work, her friends," 




Fagan. David Patrick 



"Pal" 



Art 1, 3; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Retreat 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Retreat; May Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession I; Red 
Cross I , 2. 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Monitor 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 4; 
Christmas Charity t, 2, 3. 4; Btcycle Court Judge 4; Dramatics 4; 
Minstrel 2, 3; Boys' State 3; Diocesan Play Contest, "Strange Road" 3; 
"Mount" Co-Art Editor; Senior Play. Cantata 2; Junior Lions Club 4; 
Class Honors. 

"In the field of painting he'll always excel. 
As a matter of fact, he does everything well," 






Ftonv, John Dominic 



"Ji'htmy" 



Student Retreat 1, 2. 3, 4; May Procession 1 , 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; 
Christmas Chanty 1 , 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Freedom 
Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 1.2, 3, 4; Minstrel 1 , 2. 3; Fatima Procession 
I ; A. A. Usher 3; Dramatics 4; Gymnastic Circus 4. 

"Always willing to give a helping hand." 



V t INN , RoHLRT J AMliS 



"Bob" 



May Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas 
Chanty 1, 2. 3. 4; Dramatics 4; Athletic Assoc, ation 1, 2, 3. 4; Red 
Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Minstrel 3; Freshman Reception Committee 4; Fatima 
Procession I ; Freedom Crusade 3,4; Senior Retreat. 

"He is wise that talks but little." 



Garoiano, Louise Jean 



"Lou" 



Mission Crusade 4, Chairman of Stamps; Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
May Procession 1 , 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 4; Freedom Crusdae 3, 4; 
Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1,2, 3. 4; "Clarion" 4, 
Exchange Editor; "Mount" Business Board; Class Ring Committee 3; 
Senior Retreat; Fat'ina Procession 1; Christmas Chanty 1, 2, 3, 4; 
I arosian Club 1 , 2; Girls' Basketball Manager 4; Gymnastic Circus 4. 

"Vim, vigor, and vitality, a pleasing personality," 



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Gawet, Frances Pauline 



'Fttraay" 



Commerce Club 4; Monitor 4; Dramatics 4; Journalism 2- Art 2- 
Red Cross 1.2,3. 4; Student Retreat; 1 , 2, 3, 4; *May Procession ! . 2," 
3, 4; Fatima Procession 1 ; Senior Retreat; Athletic Association 1, I, i, 
4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Christmas Charity 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior' Play.' 

"Shell climb high on the ladder of success." 



Gennette, Agatha Dorothy "Aggie" 

Student Retreat 1,2,3, 4; May Procession 1,2,3, 4; Glee Club 2, 4; 
Christmas Charity 1 , 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Freedom 
Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 1,2.3, 4; Dramatics 4; Fatima Procession I ; 

"Faithful to duty to the end, 
A perfect sport, a loyal friend." 



Gii.lu.an, Anne Elisabeth "Giltic" 

Commerce Club 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2. 3. 4; Tarcisian 
Club 2; Christmas Charity 2. 3, 4; Fatima Procession 2; Senior Retreat 
Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Mission Crusade 
4; Student Retreat 2, 3'. 4; May Procession 2, 3, 4. 

"Is she quiet and demure? 
Maybe, hut don't be too sure." 



Gleason, Mary Elizabeth "Mary" 

Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; May Procession 1,2, 3, 4; Christmas 
Chanty I, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1,2,3, 4; Freedom Crusade 
3, 4; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession 1; Senior Retreat. 

"1 have a heart for every joy." 



GoODEl.L, Jl'NE Aft i. lne "Jhmk" 

Bicycle Court Judge 4; "Mount" Editorial Board; Mission Crusade 4, 
Correspond ing Secretary; Commerce Club 4. Vice President; Glee Club 
4; "Clarion" Typist 4; May Procession 1,2,3, 4; Student Retreat 1 , 2, 
3,4; Freedom Crusade 3.4; Red Cross 1,2,3, 4; Athletic Association 
I, 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; Fatima Procession I; Christmas Charity 
1. 2, 3, 4. 7 

"Kindness, her golden chawn." 



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Goodrich, Mauy Jane 



"Clarion" Business Board 3, 4, Manager 4; Student Retreat 1,2,3, 4; 
May Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Commerce Club 4; Athletic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Catechetics 3; Senior Retreat; Fatima Procession 1; Christmas Charity 
1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Basketball 4. 

"It's a friendly heart that has plenty of Incnds " 



GOVCHOE, A.NNE Marle 



"Sissy 1 



Student Council 3, 4, President 4, Secretary 3; Student Counci 
Convention 3; Senior Cabinet; "Mount" Editorial Board; "Clarion" 
Business Board 3,4; Class Ring Committee 3; Senior Ball Committee 3 
Freshman Reception Committee 4; Commerce Club, Secretary 4 
Student Retreat 1,2,3, 4; May Procession 1,2,3, 4; Glee Club 1,2,3 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Cantata 2 
Art I ; Prince of Killarncy 3; Senior Retreat; Fatima Procession I 
Christmas Chanty 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 4; Monitor Chairman 4 
State Play Contest, "Elmer" 4; Girls' Basketball 4, 

"Precious as a diamond, a true friend." 






Hamilton, Dolores Elaine 



'Dfldlf" 



Mission Crusade 4; Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4; May Procession 1,2,3, 
4; Athletic Association 1,2, 3, 4, Freedom Crusade 4; Commerce Club 
4; Senior Retreat; Fatima Procession 1 ; Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; Christmas 
Charity 1 , 2, 3, 4; Tarcisian Club 2. 

"Her gesture, motion, and her smile, 
Her wit, her voice, our hearts beguile." 



Handi it, FinvAnn Francis 



"Slifdc/ 



Senior Cabinet 4; "Mount" Editorial Board; Class Treasurer 2; 
Student Retreat I, 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; May Procession 1, 2, 4; 
Student Retreat 1, 2, 4; Senior Retreat; May Procession 1 , 2, 4; Fatima 
Procession 1 ; Red Cross 1,2,4; Student Council 1 , 2; Freedom Crusade 
4; J V. Basketball 1, 2;J.V. Football Lj Glee Club 4; Athletic Associa- 
tion 1 , 2, 4; Freshman Reception Committee 4; Sophomore Hop Com- 
mittee 2; Christmas Charity 1 , 2, 4; Journalism Convention 4, 

"Bashful in showing his talents but true to all." 




Hak\ it, Hli I NI El.NA 



•Hir 



"Clarion" Editorin-Chief 4; "Clanon" Associate Editor 3; 
"Clarion" Feature Writer 2; Columbia Scholastic Press Convention, 
New York City 3, journalism Convention, Burlington 2, 4; Student 
Retreat 1. 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; May Procession I; 2, 3, 4; Fatima 
Procession I; Red Cross 1 , 2, 1, 4; Journalism I ; Catechetics 3; Freedom 
Crusade 3, 4; Monitor 4; Residents' Club 1,2,3, 4, President 4; 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Chanty 1, 2. 3, 4; Class 
Ring Committee 3. 

"Her eyes of brilliance arc full to the brim 
With mischief fun and plenty of vim." 



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Hew-, Joan Patricia "Hiff" 

Mission Crusade 4; Student Retreat 2, 3, 4, Senior Retreat ■ Miv 
Procession 2 3, 4; Red Gross 2.3.4; "Clanon" Business Board' 3 4 
Art 3; hrecdom Grusade 3, 4; "Mount" Business Board 4; Glee Club 
2.3,4; Athletic Association 2,3,4; Senior Ball Committee 3- Band 3 
Dramatics 4; Prince oi Killarncy 3; Christmas Chanty 2 3 4- Girls' 
Basketball 4. .... 

"A host of friends." 



Howard, Constance Ci.eo "Connie" 

May Procession 2, 3, 4; Student Retreat 2.3,4; Red Cross 2 3 4- 
Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Ceeilian Club 3, 4; Athletic Association 2, \ 4; 

"Her friendship will always be remembered " 



Hughes, John Howard "Jclirwv" 

All State Band 2, 3; All State Orchestra 2. 3; Band I 2 3 4 1V 
hot.! ball 1 1 Fatima Procession I; Freedom Crusade 3. 4; R e 'd Cross 
1, 2. 3. 4; Ghnstmas Charity 1, 2, 3, 4; May Procession 1,2 3 4 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 

"His ways are ways of easiness." 



Jasmin, Elizabeth Joan .., 

Mission Crusade 4; Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3. 4; May Procession 1 , 2, 

t£ W r r ' i A ^ tic Ji*™**T I. 2.3, 4; Freedom Cru- 
sade 3, 4; Red Cross I 2, 3, 4; Mmstrcl I; Art 1; Semor Retreat 
fatima Procession 1; Dramatics 4; Christmas Chanty I 2 3 4- 
Gommcrce Club 4. • ' 1 ' 

"A sunny nature wins lasting friends." 



[bfkj, Donald Edward ..n .. 

ChanttT *T'4 A li 3 ' I 1 Prt ™ n 2 ' 3 ' 4 ' Christmas 
V 4 R r ■■ t'' i i I' C c MI ' t " 1 L 2 ' 3 ' 4 - Fret -'d"«" Crusade 
3. 4, Red Cross 1,2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession I. 

Be silent and safe, silence never betrays you." 



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[i-iutv, Nancy Ann 



"Clarion" Business Board 3, 4; Mission Crusade 4; Student Retreat 
L, 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; May Procession 1,2,3, 4; Fatima Procession 
lj Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Athletic Association 1 , 2, 3, 4; Christmas Charity 1,2,3, 4, Treasurer 
3; Prince of Ki Harney 3. 

"Charm wit and vitality, give this lass personality." 



Kearney, Eileen Frances 



"Luy" 



Class Ring Committee 3; Freshman Reception Committee 4; Senior 
Cabinet; Senior Ball Committee 3; Debating 4; Dramatics 4; May 
Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession 1; Residents' Club I, 2, 3; 
Cccilian Club 2; Athletic Association t , 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; Student 
Retreat I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club L 2; "Clarion" Editorial Board 2, 3; 
Christmas Chanty 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Journalism 2; 
Freedom Crusade 3, 4. 

"Helping hand she'll always lend." 



Kufic, Edward Anthony 



Class President 4; Student Council. Vice President 4, President 3, 
Treasurer 3; Student Council Convention 3, 4; Senior Cabinet; 
Varsity Baseball 1,1,1, Captain 4 ; J.V. Football 1, 2;J.V. Basketball 
1, 2; Boys' State 3, Scholastic Achievement, UV.M Scholarship; 
Class Ring Committee 3; Senior Retreat; Freshman Reception Com- 
mittee 4; Senior Ball Committee 3; Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; Fatima 
Procession I; Red Cross 1, 2, 3. 4; Christmas Charity 1 , 2, 3, 4; Athletic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Prince of Killarney 3; Cantata 2; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Minstrel 2,3; Freedom Crusade 3, 4- Junior Lions Club 4; 
May Procession 1 , 2, 3, 4; Senior Play ; Gymnastic Circus; Valedictorian. 

"Outstanding socially and scholastically due to spirit and initiative." 




LaBei.le, Catherine Mary 



"Kav" 



Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; May Procession I, 2, 3, 4; "Mount 
Editorial Board; Christmas Charity 1. 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 
I, 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Band I, 2; 
Fatima Procession 1 ; Senior Retreat. 

"Always jolly, fine and gay." 



LaVicioire, Richard Ai.irsd 



Student Retreat 1.2,3,4; Senior Retreat; May Procession I, 2, 3, 4; 
Fatima Procession 1; Red Cross 1, 2. 3, 4; "Mount" Business Board; 
"ieyclc Court |udee 4; Christmas Chanty 1 , 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 



Bi 

3. 4 



"The will that finds the way." 



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Leahy, Cjrinne Mona 



'BmiPiy" 



Residents' Club 1, 2, 4; Commerce Club 4; Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 
4; Fatima Procession I ; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; May Procession 1, 2, 3, 
4; Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4; 
Journalism I; Glee Club L, 2; Mission Crusade 4; Senior Retreat. 

"A happy heart lives long." 



Levins, Thomas Edward "Tucker" 

Class Treasurer 4; Senior Cabinet; Class Ring Committee 3; Fresh- 
man Reception Committee 4; Boys' State 3; Minstrel I, 2, Endman 3; 
Senior Ball Committee 3; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4.J.V. 1; Varsity Foot- 
ball 3,4,J.V. 1,2; Soloist, Prince of Killarney 3, Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; 
May Procession I, 2, 3, 4; Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Associa- 
tion I, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession 1; Freedom 
Crusade 3, 4; Christinas Chanty 1,2, 3. 4; Junior Lions Club 4; 
Senior Retreat; Cantata 2; Senior Play, 

"Dimples beset his wonderful personality." 



Looby, Carlton Wh iiam "Lulu" 

Minstrel [ , 2; Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4; May Procession 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Fatima Procession 1 ; Freedom Crusade 3,4; Red Cross 1 , 2, 3, 4; Glee 
Club 2, 4; Christmas Chanty 1,2,3, 4; Athletic Association 1 , 2, 3,4; 
Senior Retreat. 

"Once known, always remembered." 



Lord, Ri th Catherine "RbiIiu" 

Mission Crusade 4; Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4; May Procession 1,2, 
3, 4; Fatima Procession L; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; "Clarion" Editorial 
Board L, 2, 3; Catechctics 3; [ournalism 1; Freedom Crusade 3, 4- 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cecilian Club 1, 2, 3; Residents' Club 1, 2, 3; 
Christmas Chanty 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 3; Prince of Killarney 3; 
Class Ring Committee 3; Cantata 2; Senior Retreat. 

"Has the ability to make her dreams come true." 



Lor man, Joan Ann "tmtit" 

Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4; May Procession 1 , 
2, 3, 4; Red Cross t, 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Athletic Asso- 
ciation 1.2,3, 4; Christmas Charity 1.2,3, 4; Senior Retreat. 

"Patient as an army of Saints." 



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Li; cas, Joan Rose 



"Jamie" 



Monitor 4; Girls' State 3; Bant] 2, 3; New England Music Festival 2; 
Vermont State Music Festival 2, 3; Commerce Club 4; Dramatics 4; 
Mission Crusade 4; Christmas Charity 1,2,3,4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; 
Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1 , 2, 3, 4; May Procession 
1 , 2, 3,4; Fatima Procession 1 ; Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4; Senior Re- 
treat 4; Tarcistan Club 1 , 2. 

"Such a Inend is hard to find." 



Lynch, Francis Peter "Piwhiik" 

Student Retreat t , 2, 3, 4; May Procession 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1.2, 
4; Christmas Chanty I, 2, 3,4; Athletic Association 1,2, 3, 4; Freedom 
Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 1 , 2, 3,4; Dramatics 4; J.V. Basketball Mana- 
ger 1 ; Cantata 2; Fatima Procession 1 ; Senior Play; Gymnastic Circus 4. 

"Size is not necessarily a sign of strength or greatness." 



Mahoney, Charies Arthur "Clwrlk" 

Glee Club 2, 3; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Retreat 
1 , 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; May Procession 1,2, 3,4; Christmas Charity 
1, 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Pro- 
cession 1 , 

"Slow and steady wins the race." 



Matt, Dianne Lee "Spongy" 

Fatima Procession I ; Red Cross 1 , 2, 3,4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Charity 1, 2, 3, 4; May 
Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat. 

"A cheerful companion is a worthy pal." 



McDevitt, Joseph Miciiam "Mm" 

Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, J.V. 1; Class Vice-President 3; 
Senior Cabinet; Minstrel Endman 3; Varsity Baseball 3, 4, J.V. I, 2, 
Senior Ball Committee 3; Freshman Reception Committee 4; A. A. 
Usher 2, 3, 4; Tournament Usher 2,3, 4; Junior Lions Club 4, Debating 
4; Fatima Procession 1; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; 
Athletic Association I . 2, 3, 4; Christmas Charity 1, 2, 3, 4; May 
Procession 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2; Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Retreat; Model U.N. Assembly Delegate 3; Senior Play; Gymnastic- 
Circus 4. 

"He that was ever fair and never proud." 



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Mecier, Mart Rhooa 



"Rlu-oV' 



"Mount" Editorial Board 4; "Clarion" Business Board 3, 4; Class 
Ring Committee 3; Monitor 4; Cheerleader J. V. 2, Varsity 3. 4; Girls' 
State 3; Commerce Club 4, President; Senior Ball Committee 3; Student 
Rctereat ] , 2, 3, 4; May Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Athletic Association 1,2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3; Red Cross 1,2,3, 
4; Catechctics 3; Cantata 2; Journalism ! ; Prince of Killarney 3; Senior 
Retreat; Fatima Procession I ; Christmas Chanty 1 , 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 4; 
Cheerleader Convention 4; Gymnastic Ctrcus 4; Senior Play Committee 
4; Class Honors. 

" Tis virtue that makes us noble." 



Mi'llin, John Brown "Rtd" 

Fatima Procession 1; Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; 
May Procession 1 , 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 
1, 2, 3,4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 1 , 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 2. 3; 
Christmas Charity 1, 2, 3, 4. 

"He too serves the purpose 
Who only stands and cheers." 



Navin, Robert James "Bi>!>" 

Student Retreat 1,2,3, 4; Senior Retreat; May Procession 1,2,3, 4; 
Red Cross 1 , 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4, Athletic Association 1,2, 
3, 4; Christmas Charity 1 , 2, 3,4 

"I have never sought the world. 
The world will have to seek me." 



O'Byrn, Mary Maroaret 1 Stan if" 

Residents' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4; Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Retreat; May Prticcssion 1,2,3, 4; Fatima Procession 1 ; Red 
Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Catechctics 3; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Glee Club 
1,2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Chanty I, 2, 3, 4; 
Dramatics 4; Prince of Killarney 3; Cantata 2; Concert Usher, 4. 

"To know her is to tike her." 



O'Neu.i., Shirley Anne "Sliirl" 

"Mount" Editorial Board, Sports Editor; "Clarion" Editorial Board, 
Sports Editor 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4; Freshman Reception Committee 4; 
Gtrls' State 3; Girls' Basketball 4, Captain; Student Retreat 1 , 2,3, 4; 
Senior Retreat; May Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession 1; Red 
Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Journalism 1; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Glee Club 1; 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; A. A. Ticket Seller 4; Journalism Con- 
vention 2,4; Salutatorian. 

"Ambitious as the day is long." 



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O'Roi.rkk, Eileen Marie "*Ew«" 

J.V. Cheerleader I, Co-Captain 2; Class Ring Committee 3; Glee 
Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Cantata 2; Prince of Killarncy 3; Dramatics 4; C hrist 
mas Charity 1 , 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Sophomore Hop Committee 2; Athletic Association 1 , 2, 3,4, Freedom 
Crusade 3, 4; "Clarion" Business Board 3, 4; Red Cross 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
May Procession I, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession 1; Senior Play; Girls' 
Basketball 4; Gymnastic Circus 4. 

"Sweet, lighthcartcd, carefree, gay. A true pal in every way " 



O'Rovrke, Kathleen Ann "Bunny" 

"Mount" Editorial Board; "Clarion" Editorial Boar. I, 2; Dramatics 
4; May Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4j Cecilian Club 2; 
Christmas Charity 1 , 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1,2, 3,4; Freedom 
Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 1 , 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession tj Girls* Basket- 
ball 4; Cantata 2; Prmcc of Killarncy 3, Soloist; Student Retreat 1, 2, 
3, 4; Senior Retreat; Journalism 1; Gymnastic Circus 4. 

"It is good to have crossed her path." 



P api ncsa k, Eva Helen "Em" 

Residents' Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Driver Training 4; Athletic 
Association 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 4; Christmas Charity 2, 3, 4; 
Student Retreat 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; May Procession 2, 3, 4. 

"A noble deed K A step toward God." 



Patrv, Mary Louise "Minnie" 

Bicycle Court judge 4; Mission Crusade 4, Vice President; Orchestra 
3; Band 1,2,3. 4, Secretary 4; Student Retreat 1,2,3, 4; May Proces- 
sion !, 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; Fatima 
Procession 1; Christmas Charity 1, 2, 3, 4. 

"The mildest manner and the gentlest heart." 



Pawi.i-siak, Marv Catherine "Lit Httfi" 

Mission Crusade, Treasurer 4; Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; May 
Procession 1,2,3, 4; Glee Club ! ; Commerce Club 4; Athletic Associa- 
tion 1 , 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3.4; Red Cross 1,2,3,4; "Clarion" 
Business Board 3,4; AA Ticket Seller 4; Monitor 4; Fatima Procession 
1; Senior Retreat; Christinas Charily 1 , 2 , 3.4; Gymnastic Circus, 4. 

"Pep and fun and jollity 
A happy personality." 



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Peril rr i, Donald Francis "Per/" 

"Mount" Business Board; Student Retreat 1,2, 3, 4; May Procession 
1 , 2, 3, 4; Christmas Chanty 1 , 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1,2,3, 4; 
Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 1,2, 3,4; Minstrel 3; Fatima Proces- 
sion 1. 

"He admits there arc two sides to every story." 



Pi rAMEi.EO, Joan Raphael "Pii" 

May Procession 1 , 2, 3, 4; Cecilian Club 1 , 2; Athletic Association 
1,2,3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 1,2,3, 4; Senior Retreat; 
Fatima Procession !; Dramatics 4; Christmas Charity 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Tarcisian Club 1; Commerce Club 4; Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4. 

"There is nothing so kingly as kindness." 



POCKEJTE, Anne TliERESE "J'JT" 

Mission Crusade 4, President; Student Retreat I, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Retreat; May Procession I, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession 1; Red Cross 
I, 2, 3, 4; Catechetics 3; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Monitor 4; Glee 
Club 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1.2,3. 4; Christmas Chanty 1,2,3, 
4; Dramatics 4; Prince of Killarncy 3; Cantata 2; State Play Contest 
"Elmer" 4; Class Honors. 

"Small in stature, mighty in deeds." 



Pockette , Robert Joseph "Bo!'" 

Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4; May Procession I, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Char- 
ity 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; 
Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession L 

"He is otten seen but seldom heard." 



Prior, Clyde Andrew "ClyJr" 

Christmas Charity 3, 4; Student Retreat 3, 4; Senior Retreat; 
Athletic Association 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 3, 4, 

"Everything comes to those who wait." 




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Qj i.sm;i , Marina Maui 



"I rniJi 



Student Retreat 1, 2, 3. 4, Senior Retreat; May Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Fatima Procession ]; Red Cross ], 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; 
Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 4; Clinstmas Chanty 1, 2, 3, 4. 

"Serious but a! ways ready for run." 



Ql'INN, WiLl.UM TeRRY 



Class President 2; Varsity Football Manager 4; Varsity Basketball 
Manager 2, 3, 4, J. V. 1 ; Student Council 2; Sophomore Hop Committee 
2; Fatima Procession !; Minstrel 2, 3; Red Cross 1 , 2, 3, 4; Freedom 
Crusade 3, 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Chanty 1, 2, 
3, 4; Student Retreat I, 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; May Procession I, 2, 
3, 4; Glee Club 4; Gymnastic Circus 4. 

"A good heart is better than all the heads in the world." 








R AC. OST A , J E R R v Rob CRT 



"Jerry" 



Minstrel I, 2, 3; Minstrel Publicity Committee I, 2, 3; "Clarion' 
Editorial Board 1; Senior Ball Committee 3; Senior Retreat; Student 
Retreat 1,2,3, 4; Christmas Chanty 1 , 2, 3, 4; Cantata 2; Fatima Pro- 
Procession 1; Journalism I; Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 
I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Sophomore Hop 
Committee 2; May Procession 1.2,3.4; Senior Play. 



'Nothing is impossible to a willing heart." 



Rioi on, Barbara Louise 



'Biirl'u" 



Band 2, 3, 4; All State Orchestra 3.4; Red Cross 1.2,3,4; Freedom 
Crusade 3, 4; May Procession 1 , 2, 3. 4; Fatima Procession 1 , Student 
Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; 
Commerce Club, Treasurer 4. 

"It's so easy to be kind." 



Romano, Robert Salvatore 



' '5 lam ' " 



Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4J.V. 1 , 2, Co-Captain 2; Varsity Football 
2, 3, 4; Debating 4; Class Ring Committee 3; Senior Cabinet; Freshman 
Reception Committee 4; Sophomore Hop Committee 2; May Procession 
1, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession I; Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4; Senior Re- 
treat; Christmas Chanty 1 , 2, 3. 4; Red Cross 1,2,3, 4; Freedom 
Crusade 3, 4; Athletic Association 1,2,3, 4; Art 2; Junior Lions Club 
4; journalism Convention 4; Gymnastic Circus 4. 

"Talk of school, he'll always roam, 
Talk of sports, he's right at home." 



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Ryan, Maiu;aret FlIZAHI III 



"I'.w" 



Class Secretary 2, 3; Student Council 2; Monitor 4; Cecitian Club 
1,2, President 4, Secretary 3; Music Graduation Concert 4; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Prince ol Ki Harney 3; Cantata 2; National Catholic High 
School Chorus, Cleveland, Ohio, 3; Majorette 1, 2, 4, Head Majorette 
3; New England Music Festival 2; State Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dramatics 4; May Procession 1,2,3,4; Fatima Procession 1 ; Sophomore 
Hop Committee 2; Senior Retreat; Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3,4; Red Cross 
1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; 
Senior Ball Committee 3, Christmas Chanty 1,2.3,4; Girls' Basketball 
4; Gymnastic Circus 4. 

"The music of your life has been to us companionship"' 



Rye, Bicveui y Joyce 



tin 



Monitor 4; Red Cross 3, 4; May Procession 3, 4; Athletic Association 
3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Christmas Charity 3, 4; Senior Retreat. 

"Of more than common friendliness." 



Sapinski, Felicia Theresa 



"Mm" 



"Clarion" Typist 4; Student Retreat 1,2, 3,4; May Procession I , 2, 
3, 4; Glee Club Lj Commerce Club 4; Athletic Association I, 2, 3» 4; 
Freedom Crusade 4; Red Cross 1. 2. 3, 4; Class Ring Committee 3; 
Art 2; Senior Retreat; Fatima Procession I; Dramatics 4; Christmas 
Charity 1, 2, 3, 4; Journalism 1; Gymnastic Circus 4, 

"All things are cause for joy," 




Socinski, Anthonv Adam 



"Hi 



Debating 4; A. A. Usher 3; Student Retreat 1 , 2. 3, 4; May Procession 
1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Christmas Chanty 1,2,3, 4; Athletic Associa- 
tion I, 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
Football 3; Fatima Procession 1; Cantata 2; Senior Play; Gymnastic 
Circus, 4. 

"An hour of patience is worth a pound of gold." 



Soulia, Oscar Gbosoe 



"O.Vit 



Class President 3; Student Council 3, 4; Class Ring Committee 3; 
Boys' State 3; Senior Ball Committee, Chairman 3; Band 1, 2, 3,4* 
President 4; All State Orchestra 1.2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat, 'Athletic- 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Art 1J.V Basketball 1 ; May Procession I. 2, 3, 
4; Fanma Procession I ; Commerce Club 4; Christmas Charity 1 , 2. 3* 4; 
Red Cross I, 2, 3. 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; |unior Lions Club 4* 
Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4. 

"A tnend, a gentleman, what more can we say"? f 4 # e 




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Stebbins, Rose Lorraine 



'Rene 




A,rt I ; Mission Crusade 4; Student Retreat I, 2. 3, 4; May Procession 
L, 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 1, 2, 
3, 4; Senior Retreat; Fatuna Procession 1 ; Christmas Charity 1 , 2, 3 4; 
Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 

"I will try and if patience and hard work will do it, it will te done." 



Surrell, Mary Angela "Ange\ 

Mission Crusade 4; Student Retreat !, 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; 
May Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession 1 ; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Freedom Crusade 3. 4; Christmas Charity 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Asso- 
ciation I, 2, 3, 4, 

"A well bred silence always at command." 



Swahn, Charles Edwin Cflflrttt 

Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; May Procession 1, 2. 3. 4; Christmas 
Chanty 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 
3, 4; Red Cross I, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession L 

"It's quality that surpasses quantity." 



Taylor, Edmund A> bi ht Vint 

Boys' State 3; "Mount" Business Board; Student Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; 
May Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 4; Athletic Association 
1 , 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 1,2,3. 4; Catechetics 3; 
Senior Retreat; Fatima Procession 1; Christmas Charity 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dramatics 4; "Clarion" Editorial Board 1; Senior Play; Class Honors. 

"Modest possessor of that perfect blend 
The perfect student and sincere Irtcnd " 



Taylor, Jean Ann "J •"'»"»"" 

"Clarion" Editorial Board 4; "Mount" Business Board; Mission 
Crusade 4; Senior Retreat; Class Ring Committee 3; Red Cross 1 , 2, 3, 
4; May Procession I, 2, 3. 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Student Retreat 
1, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession 1. 

"With generosity for all, enmity lor none." 



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Thaver, Philip James 



"Plii J" 



"Mount" Business Maratcr; Commerce Club 4; Boys' State 3; Varsity 
Basketball 3, 4J.V. 1,2; Chnsimas Charity 1 , 2, 3, 4; Class Ring Com- 
mittee 3; Freedom Crusade 3, 4, Monitor 4; Athletic Association 1,2,3, 
4; Minstrel 2, 3; May Procession 1 , 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession I ; Glee 
Club 4; Student Retreat 1 , 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; Red Cross 1,2,3, 4. 

"Reason and judgment are qualities ol a leader " 



Tin haul r, Norman Adrian 



"T-BO" 



Class Vice-President 4; Senior Cabinet; Esru 1, 2, 3, 4; All State 
Band 2, 4; Orchestra I, 2; Freshman Reception Ci.mmittee 4; Student 
Retreat; May Procession 1 , 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; Fatima Procession 1 ; 
Red Cross 1,2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1 , 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crujade 
3, 4; Junior Lions Club 4; Gymnastic Circus 4. 

"A good fellow to have around." 



Timbers. Patricia Ann 



"Fat' 



"Clarion" Typist 4; Mission Crusade, Recording Secretary 4; Student 
Retreat 1, 2, 3, 4; May Procession ], 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 4; 
Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Red Cross 
1, 2, 3, 4; Catechetics 3; A. A. Ticket Seller 4; Senior Retreat; Fatima 
Procession I; Christmas Charity 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 4. 

"Sweet, cheerful, gentle, small, 
The friendship of whom is sought by all." 



Thee, A<;;nes Sheehan 



'Sllull" 



"Clarion" Business Board 3, 4; Student Retreat 1,2, 3, 4; Senior 
Retreat; Senior Cabinet; May Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; Fatima Procession 
I; Monitor, Captain 4; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3. 4; 
Glee Club 3, 4; Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Reception 
Committee 4; Christmas Charity 1 , 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 4; Prince of 
Killarney 3; Senior Play. 

"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." 





Trombetta, Barbara J kan 



'fin!" 



Mission Crusade 4; May Procession 1 , 1, 3,4; Student Retreat 1,2, 
3. 4; Glee Club 1,2,4; Commerce Club 4; Athletic Association 1,2,3, 
4; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; Senior Retreat; Fatima 
Procession I; Christmas Charity 1, 2, 3, 4; "Clarion" Typist 4, 

"Good things come in small packages." 




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TttoMBl lv , Don a l n Joseph 



' 'Dim' 



Bicycle Court Judge 4; Student Retreat I, 2, 3, 4; May Procession 
1 . 2, 3. 4; Fatt ma Procession I : Red Cross 1,2,3,4; "Mount" Busirtcss 
Board; Freedom Crusade 3. 4; Monitor 4; Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 
4; Christmas Charity 1,2,3, 4; Debating 4; Minstrel 3; Boys' State 3; 
Senior Retreat. 



'Sober but not serious, quiet but not idle." 



Valente, Francis Gerall> 



"Frank" 



Student Retreat 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 2, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; 
Red Cross I. 2, 3, 4; Athletic Association 1 , 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; 
Fatima Procession I ; Christmas Charity 1,2,3, 4, 

"A heart that's lined with purest gold, his smile, his humor all 
untold." 



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White, Makv Ai ICS 



"Hon" 



"Clarion" Typist 4; Mission Crusade 4; Student Retreat 1,2,3, 4; 
May Procession 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Commerce Club 4; Red 
Cross 1 , 2, 3,4; Athletic Association 1 , 2, 3, 4; Freedom Crusade 3, 4; 
Fatima Procession !; Christmas Chanty 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 4; Senior 
Retreat; A. A. Ticket Seller, 

"Happy I am, from care I'm free, why aren't they all contented like 

me." 



Wilson, Thomas Bi.r.narh 



"K»u.fr" 



"Mount" Editorial Board, Fatima Procession ); Football Manager 
4; Minstrel 2; Red Cross 1.2,3, 4; Frecdc-rti Crusade 3, 4; Athletic 
Association I, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Charity 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Retreat 
1,2,3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat; May Frocessu n 1 , 2, 3,4; 
Gymnastic Circus 4. 

"A life of case is a difficult pursuit." 



Woods, Mary Ellen 



'Mary' ' 



Misston Crusade 4; Student Retreat I, 2, 3, 4; May Procession 1. 
2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Commerce Club 4; Athletic Association 1,2,3, 4; 
Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Frccdcm CruFtde 3, 4; Fatima Procession 1; 
Christmas Chanty 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Retreat. 

"Not too serious, not too gay, She has a pleasing way." 



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Class History 



Parents, friends, classmates, 
Lend us your ears: 
We come to tell the story 
Of our last four years. 

We came to the Mount as timid Freshmen. Our schedules puzzled us, 
but with the kind help of Father Fitzsimons, our principal, and our teachers, 
we began our new life as high school students. 

The Freshman Reception was soon upon us, and we were so unprepared! 
We'll always remember poor "Easy" Kearney sitting atop the piano, holding 
a candle! 

We came back to more serious realities with the advent of the Fatima 
Procession, an event which none of us will ever forget. 

Members of the class took part in the Minstrel programs, glee club activi- 
ties; and band for the four years of our stay at the Mount. 

Our first student retreat was a memorable event, with Father Raymond 
of the Franciscan Order as Retreat Master. 

Impressed by our upperclassmen's devotion to Mary in the May Procession, 
we endeavored to imitate them during our next three years. 

We, Freshmen, soon gained positions on the "Clarion." Shirley O'Neill 
captured the Sports department and did a marvellous and enviable job for the 
next three years. 

During the summer of 1949, our beloved principal, Father Fitzsimons, 
was replaced by Father Lynch, who soon won our hearts. 

As Sophomores, we elected William Quinn as President. He represented 
us on the Student Council, one of the many new activities which Father Lynch 
was kind enough to help us organize. 

Frannie Burke was soon named Drum Majorette, a duty she performed 
zealously. 

In January, we had the honor of welcoming Eva Papincsak as a classmate 
and friend. She was later joined by another girl from Hungary, Kathleen 
Czihy. 

Two majorettes, Frannie Burke and Mary Clark, were named Co-Business 
Managers of the "Clarion." They did a fine job. 

A jeweled event in February, the Bernadette of Lourdes Cantata, drew 
many Sophs. We find it impossible to list them all! The event was quite 
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We shall always remember the gay festivities when the New England 
Music Festival was held on May 19-20. M.S.J, had the honor of leading the 
second section of the parade. 

Our Sophomore year passed all too quickly, and vacation was soon upon 
us. We left the Mount wrapped in silence. 

We started our Junior year by choosing George Soulia to lead our class, 
Joe McDevitt, Peggy Ryan, and Robert J. Carroll were the other class officers. 

Soon came the four memorable days spent together in Retreat, with 
Father Mitchell, SSCC, as Retreat Master. 

In November, Frannie Burke was named Grid Queen for the two high 
schools. 

This was the year Catechetics was added to the curriculum with Sister 
Helena as instructor. Many Juniors turned out for it, 

December was basketball time again. Everything pointed to a successful 
season for the boys. 

Then came the inevitable — Mid-years. How we studied! And we were 
duly rewarded for out labors. 

On Februarv 19, the Glee Club put on a successful operetta, "The Prince 
of Killarney." The fun had at rehearsals will live long in our memories.- 

March brought excitement, for it was tournament time. We lost a heart- 
breaking game to Springfield, but we were proud that Hank Coladonato was 
named to the All-Tournament team. 

April brought us news we were sorry to hear. Coach Eddie Casey had 
resigned after three years as head coach. We learned that James J. McLaughlin, 
a Purdue graduate, would replace him. 

Helene Harvev was named Editor-in-chief of the "Clarion." and in this 
capacity represented us in New York at the Columbia Scholastic Press Con- 
ference. Others named to posts were Mary Jane Goodrich, Business Manager; 
Shirley O'Neill, Sports Editor; Catherine Barrett and Betty Chesley, Associate 
Editors; and Helene Betit, feature columnist. 

Early in May eight boys and five girls were chosen to represent our school 
at Boys' and Girls' States, respectively. Two of our group, Joan Lucas and 
Eddie Copps, were members of "Model Town." 

Our Senior Year came much faster than any of us thought it could. Now 
we were the "mighty Seniors;" but somehow there wasn't any difference. 

Elections were soon underway. After a strenuous campaign and speeches, 
the class elected Eddie Kupic, President; Norman Thibeault, Vice-President; 
Catherine Barrett, Secretary; Tom Levins, Treasurer. Anne Gouchoe was 
elected President of the Student Council. 

With Fall weather came football, and the boys hoped for a good season, 
with Joe McDevitt, Captain. Senior girls who helped cheer on these boys were 
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This year the Mission Crusade . a religious activity, was reinstated at the 
Mount. Its purpose is to help missioners, both at home and abroad. 

In November, our Senior Year was saddened by the death of Robert Bove. 

Work on the "Mount" began when Catherine Barrett was named Editor- 
in-chief, and Phil Thayer, Business Manager, Other students assisted them on 
the Business and Editorial Boards. 

Our journalism department made the headlines again when Betty Chesley 
was chosen to represent our school on the Roto, The National School Paper. 

The girls of the Academy were given a chance to show their athletic 
abilities when a girls' basketball team was formed. 

The Christmas season was commemorated by a Christmas Assembly, 
starring many Seniors, and members of the Glee and Dramatic Clubs. 

After vacation we had Mid-years, and then our annual Retreat. Reverend 
Eymard Galligan, SSE, was our Retreat Master. 

Basketball season brought much excitement. The team, captained by 
Hank Coladonato, did very well. Hank was named Captain of the All- 
Tournev team. 

In February, the Senior Class presented a three-act corned v, "Arsenic 
and Old Lace," directed by Sister Imelda, It was considered by evervone to 
be the best Senior Play they had seen. 

And now, as we complete this history, we look forward expectantly to 
the Senior Retreat. The Senior Communion Breakfast and Graduation will 
take place on June 13. 

In closing this, our Class History, we wish to express thanks to Father 
Fitzsimons, Father Lynch, the Reverend Sisters, and the Lay Teachers who 
have made these happy memories possible. 

CI ass Historians, 

Theresa Druke, 
Edmund Taylor. 



Mount Class Addition- — 

Cable, Louis Francis "Limit" 

May Procession 1 , 4; Senior Retreat; Student Retreat 1 . 4; Athletic 
Association 1 , 4; Fatima Procession 1 ; Red Cross 1 , 4; Christmas 
Charities 1 , 4. 

"Even though he came late 
A true friend, an honest mate." 




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Class Prophecy 



Returning from the 25th anniversary reunion of the class of 1952 I sat 
for a long time before retiring thinking of how well my classniated had suceeded 
in their various ways of life. A knock on my door roused me from my reverie. 
"Come in," t called. "Let's compare notes for a while," suggested my 
house guest and classmate, Mary Joyce Elkey. 

"Anne Gouchoe is Head Advisor of the National Student Council 
Organization," I began. 

"Yes," answered Mary Joyce. "And did you know she flew from Cali- 
fornia with Dolores Hamilton who is a Flight Hostess for Pan American Air- 
ways? She told me John Carrigan won the world's jet record and Anne Colomb 
has completed a solo flight around the world in a piper cub. She saw them 
a few weeks ago." 

"Really!" I replied. "1 was happy to learn that some of the 1952 
M.S.J. ers have returned to their Alma Mater. Mary Clark is the driver training 
instructor; Nancv jerrv, the school nurse; Bettv Cheslev is the Modern Historv 
teacher. 1 think those square dancing classes Ann Gilligan has in the gym are 
a good idea, don't you?" 

"Yes," confirmed Mary Joyce, "and Clyde Prior has convinced Father 
Lynch that the Mount should have an Auto Mechanics Class so the boys won't 
have to walk up to R.H.S. Father put Clyde in charge of it." 

"That was a good one on Clyde," I laughed. "But there are other 
M.S.J. 'ers back at the Mount. George Soulia and Peggy Ryan have made the 
Academy Band the best in the state. George is directing; Peggy is teaching 
the girls baton twirling." 

"We've heard a lot about them in Burlington," Mary Joyce declared. 
"Incidentally, how are you coming with your French classes?" 

"Oh dear! Sometimes I wonder how much of those simple fundamentals 
stick." I sighed. "When Connie Coursey and I were having dinner at the 
Fairmont to celebrate her return from her European art tour we were talking 
about those famous French classes. Incidentally did you know Dianne Matt 
and Joan Pitaniello now own the Fairmont." 



KEY ON BABY PICTURES— 

(1 ) Helcnc Bent, (2 ) Catherine Barrett, (3 ) Eva Paptncsak, (4 ) Mary Woods, (5 ) Frances Gawet, (6 ) Flneu 
Sapimki, (7) Mary Metier, (8) Anne Colomb, (9) Mary O'Byrn, (10) Joan Lucas, (11) Barhara and Theresa 
Drulce, (12) Nancv Jerrv, (13) Dolores Hamdton, (14) Anne Gouchoe, (15) Mary Patry, (16) Mary Clark, 
(17) Barbara Ridfon, (18) Betty Chesley. I 19) Dot Davison, (20) Thcrcse Pockeuc, (21 | Eileen Kearney, 
(22) Beverly Rye, (23) Pat Timher>i, (24) Joan Lorman and Louise Garofano, (25) Mary Glcason. 



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"It was too bad Norman Thibault and Eileen Kearnev couldn't make it 
for the reunion. Norman is playing a three week engagement at the Palladium 
in Los Angeles and Eileen is taking care of her husband in Indiana. You know, 
the football coach at Notre Dame," Mary Joyce said. 

"That's wonderful'" I exclaimed, "But getting back to our teachers. 
Jerry Ragosta tells me that he has a potential Rembrandt in one of his art 
classes and Bunny O'Rourke has a junior Einstein in her Math class at St. 
Rose's College. Kate LaBelle is also teaching Math at Oneonta Teachers 
College. But I haven't heard from her in a long time and only had a few 
minutes with her at the reunion." 

"There is still hope for Rutland as long as we have teachers who bring 
out our best. Too bad some of our teachers aren't on Eddy Copps' University 
of Rutland faculty. Mary Ellen Coombs is his experienced secretary," Mary 
Joyce continued. 

"Yes." "Did you see Eddy Hadley, Dean of U.V.M., seated beside 
Eddy?" I asked. "He looked very distinguished, didn't he?" 

"Til say so," Mary Joyce exclaimed. "It's surprising too, how many of 
the 1952 graduates have either made a great success in business or helped 
another of their ex-classmates to become successful . For instance — Tom 
Wilson has become President of the First National Bank in Fair Haven and 
Mary Pawlusiak takes care of all his correspondence. Barbara Rid Ion is a 
receptionist for Dick LaVictoire, Director of the Rutland Railroad, while 
Mary O'Byrn is now Father Lynch 's secretary. Carlton Loobv, President of 
the First National Grocery Chain is capably assisted by his private secretary, 
Mary Pa try. Donald Perfetti and Francis Valente are co-managers of the First 
National here in Rutland. 

"Edward Kupic is now a famous doctor and Mary Woods doubles as 
his secretary and assistant nurse. Speaking of medicine," I continued, "did 
you know that Joan Lucas is President of the S. P. C. A.? Ruth Lord is Head 
Nurse of the Children's ward at the Rutland Hospital while Connie Howard 
is a famous lab technician at Massachusetts General Hospital. And we can't 
forget Rose Mary de Bettencourt who is Director of Nurses at St. Elizabeth's 
in Brighton, Mass. 

"That's right, and John Flory and Bob Flynn built up their passenger 
service to where it's one of the largest of its kind in the world," said Mary 
Joyce, "and the fact that Nurse Anna Dell Veneri is always on hand to take care 
of the slightest casualty has helped their reputation." 

"Did you know," Mary Joyce went on, "that we also have at least two 
authors? Betty Alberico has written the very widely read book of essays on 
'How to be Quiet' while Helene Harvey's experiences in 'My Boarding School 
Daze" have set most of the younger set to laughing and remembering their own 
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"Yes," I replied. "I've read Betty's book but not Helene's. In fact 
I didn't know she had finally finished it. I'll have to get a copy right away. 
Along with our authors we also have two enterprising young women who have 
become successful in the literary world — alhtough along different lines. 
Catherine Barrett is the very competent editor of 'Holiday* magazine and Mary 
Jane Goodrich is one of the best business managers 'Life' ever had." 

"It's too bad John Bresnehan was unable to be at the reunion," said Mary 
Joyce. 

"That's right, I didn't see him there. Where was he, do you know?" 
I inquired. 

"Why, didn't you know? He finally succeeded in purchasing the Panama 
Canal from the government!" exclaimed Mary Joyce. "The deal has just been 
closed, so I imagine he was pretty busy with all the necessary paper work." 

"No, I didn't know," I replied. "John Coccia and Pat Fagan were too 
busy to come, too. They're cleaning up the political corruption of New York. 
John is District Attorney and Pat is the Police Chief." 

"Why, Helene, you don't mean it?" asked Mary Joyce. 

"Yes, it's true all right. By the way, did you hear that Margaret Com- 
bat ti and Rose Colburn are working for those two famous Western boys, 
'Skipalong' Rosenbloom and 'Gene' Artery? Rose is 'Skippy's' business 
manager and 'Pudgie' accompanies 'Gene' on her accotdian." 

"Yes, I had heard something of the sort," responded Mary Joyce. "You 
know Marilyn Carroll and Louise Garafano came all the way from Texas. 
They are the proprietors of the renowned Bar I.O.U. Texas Dude Ranch. 
Frances Gawet, the Commercial Instructor at West Rutland High School is 
going back with them for a long rest." 

"Wasn't Bobby J. Carroll funny tonight?" I interrupted. "It's easy to 
see how he got to be the world's most famous comedian." 

"Yes, and wasn't Rose Stebbins and Shirley Drinwater's portrayal of 
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis a scream?" Mary Joyce laughed. 

"Yes. I thought Agatha Gennette would never stop laughing," I replied. 
"She operates 'Aggie's Cookie Jar' in Burlington. She supplies pastry for 
Dot Davison's Tea Room." 

"Yes, they're only a few blocks from Eleanor Erickson's and my 'Kilt or 
Cure' convalescent home. Sometimes Gene Bragg, who entertains our patients, 
comes with Eleanor and me over to 'the Cookie Jar' for refreshments," Mary 
Joyce said. 



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"I was speaking with Gene tonight. She told me Norman Beane had 
discovered uranium in his Wallingford cornfield; also that John Mullin is in 
charge of the fire department in Wallingford," I interposed. 

"I recall reading about Norman's discovery m the same paper that 
announced the opening of Jeanne Balestra's 'Belmont Plaza' in Mt. Holly." 
Mary Joyce contributed. 

"I didn't realize so many of our classmates were in government service," 
I interrupted. "Imagine our main speaker being President Bernard Archam- 
beault. June Goodell, his secretary told me his advisor, Robert H. Carroll, 
writes his speeches. Kath Czihy drove from Washington with June. She has 
her own private office in the Pentagon building." 

"I'm sure Joan Herf never expected to be First Lady of the Land," Mary 
Joyce said, "But she's been taking care of Bernie long enough to have earned 
the honor." 

"Speaking of presidents, did you know that Louis Carle and Donald 
JefFo have received a citation for having discovered the Z-bomb. It beats the 
H-bomb by eighteen letters," I asserted, "and Helen Chamberland received 
honorable mention for discovering the Platobug which is the cause for common 
colds." 

"I'm allergic to colds. Let's not speak of them," pleaded Mary Joyce. 
"Oh, did you hear about Enie O'Rourke, she furnishes the customers for Tony 
Socinski's Funeral Parlor. Sad to say though, Bob Pockette, Rutland's Police 
Chief suspects Joe McDevitt of furnishing Enie with arsenic from his drugstore. 

"This atmosphere is getting morbid," I interrupted, "Let's be more 
cheerful . Wasn't Barbara Druke's piano solo nice and Mary Gleasons yodelling 
really showed why she won the National Yodelling Contest." 

"It was too bad John Hughes couldn't be there," replied Mary Joyce, 
"but he's playing with the Marine band and couldn't get a leave." 

"Speaking of the service brings to mind the Army-Navy football teams 
coached bv Slam Romano and Hank Coladonato." I stated. 

* 

"While on the subject of sports," Mary Joyce interrupted, "Bucky Quinn 
manages the New York Yankees and Bob Brunelle is head coach at St. Michael's 
College. Phil Thayer has retired from the basketball field after having been 
voted "America's best loved basketball player." 

"Don't forget the girls," I declared. "Beverly Rye, our roller skate 
enthusiast, received quite a write up the other day from Shirley O'Neill the 
famous sports correspondent for the New York Tribune. And Terry Druke is 
President of the National Baseball Association." 



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"1 read about that" Mary Joyce asserted. "There were several academites 
in that newspaper. Edmund Taylor's twentieth hit play on Broadway was 
announced as well as lean Taylor's debut in Carnegie Hall. And under Radio 
and Television I found Tom Levins in his own T. V. Mystery Show. He plays 
the part of a modern Boris KarlofT. Felicia Sapinski can be heard daily on her 
radio program 'Felicia Faces Life.' Joan Lorman writes her scripts." 

"Speaking of television," 1 interposed, "I saw Eva Papmcsak, Mrs. 
America of 1977, on it a few weeks ago. The Commercial for the program 
was given by Mary White, the model. She advertised the "Beauty Is As 
Beauty Does" Salon, operated by Pat Timbers and Barb Trombetta. The hat 
Eva was wearing was designed by Madame Frances; who is our own Frances 
Burke. She owns Madame Frances Hat Shoppe on Fifth Avenue." 

"Frannie told me that Nancy Brousseau is a famous child psychologist," 
continued Mary Joyce, "she also told me Margie Canary is in the Spars, Corinne 
Leary is in the Waves and Mary Surrell is a Wac. No one can say the girls 
aren't doing their part for their country." 

"Donald Trombley has retired as a serviceman and is now selling army 
goods," I contributed. "Francis Lynch, one of his best customers, is one of 
the most popular mailmen m Rutland." 

"I had quite a talk with Sheehan Tree tonight. I never knew she was the 
head of the Rutland Women's Police Force!" exclaimed Mary Joyce. "She 
was telling me that Mary Mecier had quite a job as Directoress of Green 
Mountain Girls' State keeping track of the girls." 

"Yes, that's what I heard," I confirmed. "Did 1 write you that Therese 
Pockette and Marina Quesnel run a Social Service Organization?" 

"No, you didn't, but I am glad to hear it," Mary Joyce answered. 

"Yes, the class of 1952 certainly has progressed in these 25 years!" 

"Bed time, I guess," yawned Mary Joyce. "I wonder where we'll all 
be 25 years from now." 

Hjelene Betit, 
Mary Elkey, 

Class Prophets. 



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Class Will 

The Senior Class of Mount Saint Joseph Academy in the city and county 
of Rutland and the state of Vermont, being of sound mind and memory do 
make, publish and declare this our last will and testament. 

To our principal, Father Lynch, we, the entire Senior Class, leave our 
gratitude for all that he has done for us, individually and as a class, and the 
promise to live up to the principles he has tried to instill. 

To the assistant principal. Sister Mary Annunciata, to the other Sisters 
of St, Joseph, and to the lav members of the faculty, this class leaves thanks and 
appreciation for the many sacrifices entailed m their daily guidance of us. 

Catherine LaBelle leaves a blanket of quietness to be laid over the Junior girls. 

Norman Thibault and Norman Beane bequeath their ten best excuses for 
being late to Catherine Garofano and Clarisse Ferland, 

Bob Navin's knack for science leaves the Chemistry students far behind and 
the Juniors with a high goal to reach. 

Shirley Drin water leaves her shorthand speed to the future Gregg students. 

Bob Flynn leaves the underclassmen without a car. 

Marilyn Carroll imparts her cheerleading abilities to Freshman captain, 
Judy Levins. 

Dolores Hamilton leaves the cataloguing m the library to be finished by 
Sandra Couture and Barbara Pockette. 

"Bunny" O'Rourke strings her constant line of chatter out to Liz Lorette. 

John Cocci a leaves a piece of chalk for anyone wishing to make a mark in life. 

Mary Pawlusiak and Felicia Sapinski contribute an album of Polish Polkas 
to enlarge the record library in the music studio. 

Nancy Jerry gives all the stamps from her Navy letters to the Mission Crusade 
stamp drive. 



KEY ON SNAPSHOTS 

(I ) Theresa and Barbara Drulce. (2) Ed Handley and B. J. Carroll, (3) St. Anne's Troop Junior CD. A. 
(4) Mary White and Pat Timbers, (5) Jerry Ragosta, (6 I Nancy Jerry, "Easy" Kearney, Mary Mecier, Barbara 
Drujce, (7 ) Betty Chesley, (8) Joe McDevitt and Carleton Looby, (9) Anna DelVeneri, (II) Dot Davison, 
(12) Tucker Levins, (13) Mary Gleason, (14) Kathleen Czihy, (15) Margaret Cumbatu, (16) Margie 
Canary, Mary Goodrich, (17 ) Catherine Barrett, Margaret Combatti, ( 18) Girls from the hill, (19) Sheehan 
Tree, (20) Frances Burke, (21 ) Peggy Ryan and Kathleen O'Rourke, I 22) Betty Albenco, Marilyn Carroll, 
Mary White, Pat Timbers, (231 Anne Gouchoe, (24) Ed Copps, (25 I Joan Herf, (26 I B. J. Carroll, Don 
Perfctn, (27 I Mary Metier, Anne Gilligan, Mary E. Coombs, Mary Goodrich, Ar.ne Gouchoe, (28) Thcrese 
Pockette, (29) Jeanne Balcstra ,(30) Bunny O'Rourke. Ennc O'Routke, (31) Margie Canary, (32) Helcne 
Bent, (33) Bub Romano, (34) Mary Goodrich, Mary Mecier, Joan Herf, Shcehan Tree, Nancy Jerry, (35) 
Icrry Ragosta, (36) Francis Lynch. 



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Rosemary deBettencourt and Betty Chesley bequeath their piano fingers 
upon the members of the Cecilian Club. 

John Hughes leaves his band record to be challenged by any of the under- 
classmen. 

Francis Lynch departs wondering how Dick Polzello can be so tall when he's 
only a Freshman, 

Margie Canary leaves a lock of her red hair to the monitors to use as a traffic 
signal. 

Jeanne Balestra arouses herself long enough to bestow her day dreams on 
Connie Pelhstri. 

Jerry Ragosta bequeaths his flashy shirts to be used in future Freshman 
Receptions. 

Joan Here wills her powers of exaggeration to any Junior wishing to tell a tall 
storv. 

Anne Gilligan leaves her silence as a goal for those using the new library. 

Pat Timbers and Mary White leave the underclassmen, everything except 
each other. 

Joan Lorman passes her school spirit on to Kathleen Salerni. 

Tony Socinski leaves talking about the Knicks; never the Celts. 

Shirley O'Neill wills her athletic abilities to Connie Mondella. 

George Soulia, after inventing a push cart for the tuba, leaves the patent to 
the band. 

Louise Garofano entrusts her position as Athletic Association ticket seller 
to Joanne Rizziere. 

Agatha Gennette wills her good will and co-operative spirit to Pat Raymond. 

Diane Matt leaves wishing those Matts yet to come, "Good Luck." 

Mary Coombs releases her perpetual giggle to be recorded for future Gym- 
nastic Circus acts. 

"Slam" Romano departs leaving his Physics manual in a trustworthy cylinder — 
the ash can. 

Hank Coi.adonato, SVL Tournament team captain, leaves his sportsmanlike 
conduct and leadership to Jack Eaton and Frank Bizzarro. 

Bob Pockette leaves via the shortest route — the front door. 

Eileen Kearney was so surprised to be leaving that she failed to record her 
last will and testament. 

John Flory passes his duties as errand boy on to Dick Manley. 

Frances Burke surrenders her drum majorette baton to Barbara Perry. 



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David Fagan and Connie Coursey contribute their art talents to inspire other 
artists at the Mount. 

Eileen O'Rourke, Frances Gawet, Edmund Taylor and Bernard Archambalut 
leave "Arsenic and Old Lace" in the memory of the Academy students 
for years to come. 

Barbara Trombetta leaves her position as "Clarion" typist to Jean Mayer. 

"Bucky" Quinn leaves his position as manager for the ball teams to Dennis 
Med 1 in. and Ernie Goodrich. 

Sheehan Tree bequeaths to all Academy girls the art of looking their best in 
our uniform. 

Kathleen Czihy and Eva Papincsak depart from M.SJ. leaving behind many 
friends who will always remember them. 

Catherine Barrett imparts her executive abilities on to the Juniors. 

Jack Carrigan passes his well groomed appearance on to the underclassmen. 

Ed Handley leaves the clock in room eleven to be wound by Jack Mullin. 

Gail Murray is the recipient of Anne Gouchoe's leadership abilities in work 
and play. 

John Mullin leaves Francis Bellamy standing on the corner in Wallingford 
wondering if he will get a ride up next year, 

Corinne Leary wills her bookkeeping practice set to the library as a reference 
book. 

Donald Perfetti and Carlton Looby leave their water pistols in the office 
closet. 

Connie Howard leaves her seat in the back corner of the lunch room to Marie 
Cote. 

Ed Kupic presents the Senior Cabinet with a new idea, a secretary for anyone 
with as many activities as he had. 

Helene Betit leaves her way of being a model student for the benefit of all 
underclassmen. 

Joe McDevitt forsakes his role as football captain, leaving the duties to Joe 
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Jean Taylor wills this motto to the student body to use after the warning bell, 
"Silence is golden that's why there is so little of it." 

Mary Surrell's art of letter writing has left a few pointers for those wishing 
to practice the art. 

Clyde Prior leaves M.S.J, a taxi service for those bovs taking manual training 
at R.H.S. 

Nancy Brousseau wills her job of taking home room attendance to Bermce 
Phillips. 



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Rose Colburn and Ruth Lord will their driving abilities to the undercl 
and leave them all in the hands of St. Christopher. 

Mary O'Byrn presents a hand written journal, "When to Ring the Bell" to 
Sandra Sibley. 

Marina Quesnel leaves her extra flash bulbs to the Clarion kodak man, Andrew 
Scott. 

John Bresnehan and Mary Patry hang their drummer's sticks over the door in 
the new band studio. Who are they to fall to, classmates? 

Barbara Ridlon drafts some rules for the future Driver Education students. 
Rule I. Beware of the instructor's nerves, our class wore them thin. 

Phil Thayer and Mary Goodrich will their positions as Business Managers of 
"The Mount" and "The Clarion" respectively to business-like students 
of the J unior class. 

Joan Lucas leaves with her sister, Pat, for California. 

Helene Harvey bequeaths her editorship of "The Clarion" to Joan Memoe. 

Anne Colomb leaves the Mission Crusade with one less faithful member. 

Anna DellVeneri departs never saying more than is necessary. Ditto, 
Donald Jeffo. 

June Gooldell bequeaths her civic duty as Bicycle Court judge to Alba Marro. 

Eleanor Erickson and Beverly Rye leave their roller skates at the Meadow- 
brook to Audrey Preedom and jean Crouch. 

Mary El key leaves her French Book to Margaret Donovan. 



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Betty Alberico leaves her wardrobe to the Junior girls to copy on their special 
weekends . 

"B. ]." Carroll and "Wali.y" Brunelle leave in Wally's car to pick up 
Bob H. Carroll who is leaving his indifference to women with the 1952 
football team. 

Therese Pockette leaves stools for all the short monitors on the new squad. 
The Druke sisters, Barbara and Theresa, turn in their arm bands for 
them, 

Richard LaVictoire leaves his good behavior in class to Ed Dolphin. 

Rose Stebbins leaves her love lor the movies with Ruth Clark. 

Dot Davison willingly gives up her daily trip from Danby, telling her follower, 
Betty Corey, to be glad that she's a resident student. 

The M.S.J. Band is left looking for two majorettes to take the places of Mary 
Clark and Peggy Ryan. 

Helen Chamber land leaves her thoughtfulness to Cynthia Crandall, and 
Margaret Combatti her accordian to start a square dance band at the 
Mount. 

Louis Carle and Francis Valente leave their jobs in the First National to 
John leffo and Buddy Cragin. 

Mary Gleason bequeaths her ronm in the lost and found department toCorinne 
Tardiff. 

Tom Wilson relinquishes his duties on the Editorial Board of the Mount. 
Giving a word of warning to the future seniors, don't join unless you 
have lots of spare time. 

Joan Pitaniello bequeaths her petite way upon Catherine McDevitt and 
Mary Woods; her sweet smile on Pat Thompson. 

Gene Bragg leaves for a home cooked dinner. Taking your lunch gets dull 
doesn't it, Gene? 

Don Trombley leaves his troubles to one who has an optimistic view on life. 
Mary Mecier donates her vitality to the Physical Education classes. 



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To the entire Junior Class, we, the class of 1952, bestow our intellectual 
abilities, if it isn't too late. 

Last, but far from least, Rasmus and Rasputtin', alias, Ed Copps and Tom 
Levins leave the Academy with us, but won't leave the memories on 
any in the class of '52. 

Signed under the seal of Mount Saint Joseph on the tenth day of June, 
in the year of Our Lord one thousand, nine hundred fifty-two. 



Catherine A. Barrett, 
D. Patrick Fagan, 
CI ass Lawyers, 

Witnesses: 

Stephen Rounds, 
Thomas Rounds. 



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(1) Phil ThaycT, (2) Shirley O'Neill, (3) Norman Bcane. (4) Archie Archambault and Joan Hcrf, (5) Mary 
White, (6) Rosemary dc Bcctcncourt, (7) Edmund Taylor, (8) Therese Pockette, (9) Eva Papincsak, (10) 
Helene Harvey, (11) Norman Thibauh, (12) Jack Carrigan, (13 ) George Soulia, (14) Hank Coladonato, 
(15) Rose Colburn and Helene Bctit, (16) Shirley O'Neill and Pat Fagan, (17) [oan Lorman, (18) Betty 
Alberico, (19) Phil Thayer, (20) Charlie Swahn, (21 ) Jen-y Rago^ta, (22) Barbara Ridlon, (23) Mary 
Pawlusiak, (24) Ruth Lord, (25 ) Pat Timbers, (26) Anne DellVcnen and Mary Surreii, (27) Ed Kupic, 
(28) Rose Colburn, (29) Mary Surreii, (30) Margie Canary, (31 ) Pat Fagan, (32) Mary Pa try, (33) Agatha 
Gcnnette, (34) Nancy Brousseati, (35) joe McDevitt, (36) Tom Wilson, Bucky Quinn, Hank Coladonato, 
Bob H. Carroll, Slam Romano, (37) Mary Pawlusiak, (38) Pete Falco, (39) B.J. Carroll, Bob Brunelle, 
(40) Joan Herf, (41) Connie Howard, (42) Jeanne Balestra. 



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The Class Ballot 



Most Representative 
Most Dignified 
Most Studious 
Best Mannered 
Most Cooperative 
Most Dependable 
Best Personality 
Best Athlete 
Best Looking 
Best Hearted 
Best Singer 
Best Dancer 
Class Poet 
Class Taxi Driver 
Class Optimist 
Class Artist 
Class Musician 
Class Wit 
Most Popular 
Most Practical 
Most Carefree 
Most Punctual 
Most Class Spirit 
Most Enthusiastic 
Most Entertaining 
Most Bashful 
Quietest 
Most Courteous 
Most Obedient 
Best All Around 
Class Pessimist 
Best Actress 
Best Actor 
Class Dreamer 
Most Business Like 
Most Serious 
Most Ambitious 
Class Baby 
Most Original 
Best Dressed 



Catherine Barrett 
Helene Betit 
Catherine Barrett 
Therese Pockette 
Catherine Barrett 
Catherine Barrett 
Mary Mecier 
Shirley O'Neill 
Eva Papincsak 
Joan Lorman 
Jean Taylor 
Connie Coursey 
Mary Mecier 
Louise Garofano 
Eileen Kearney 
Connie Coursey 
Elizabeth Chesley 
Joan Herf 
Frances Burke 
Anna Dei.lVeneri 
Eileen Kearney 
Constance Howard 
Marilyn Carroll 
Mary Mecier 
Eileen Kearney 
Mary O'Byrn 
Rose Col burn 
Joan Lorman 
Catherine Barrett 
Anne Gouchoe 
Mary Gleason 
Sheehan Tree 

Mary Coombs 
Catherine Barrett 
Nancy Brousseau 
Catherine Barrett 
Mary O'Byrn 
Constance Coursey 
Mary White 



Edward Kupic 
Edmund Taylor 
Edmund Taylor 
Richard LaVictoire 
Edward Kupic 
Edward Kupic 
Thomas Levins 
Henry Coladonato 
Henry Coladonato 
Robert H. Carroll 
Thomas Levins 
David Fag an 
Edmund Taylor 
Edward Copps 
Bernard Archambault 
David Fagan 
Norman Thibault 
Robert J. Carroll 
Thomas Levins 
Edmund Taylor 
John Mullin 
Edmund Taylor 
Thomas Levins 
Edward Copps 
Robert J. Carroll 
John Carrigan 
Edmund Taylor 
Jerry Ragosta 
Edmund Taylor 
Robert Romano 
Francis Lynch 

Bernard Archambault 
Robert Navin 
Philip Thayer 
Edmund Taylor 
Philip Thayer 
Francis Lynch 
David Fagan 
John Carrigan 



Therese Pockette, 
Mary Mecier. 



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Activities 




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Student Council 




Said, left to riAti Rita Dei lyener, John Carngan, Jean Foster, Anne Gouchoe, PmuUnl; Gail Murray 
SwsrrMry; Joan Memoe, John Mullen, Barbara Perry. 

SjWoW Itf w riAr: Joseph Muscatello. Dennis Medlin. Marie Savery, Rosemary Peilenn John Eaton 
Jriamrtr; Edward Kupic, Vi.v PwuUi; Judy Levins, Betty Albano. Richard Polzello, Geome Suulia' 
William Lee. ' 



The Student Council with Father Lynch as Moderator has become an 
active part of Academy life. 

Since student government has functioned a monitor system has been 
established. The council members have taken care of the bulletin boards, and 
sponsored school dances. 

Through the M.S.J. Student Council the Academy has been represented 
at two State Student Council Conventions and conducted a panel discussion 
at the National Student Council Convention last year at Boston. 

The Student Council is presided over by Anne Gouchoe, with Edward 
Kupic, as vice president and Gail Murray and John Eaton secretary and treasurer 
respectively. At mid'term each home room elects one member to represent 
them in the council. Seniors are Anne Gouchoe, Edward Kupic, George 
Soulia and John Carrigan; Juniors Joan Memoe, Gail Murrav, John Eaton 
Joseph Muscatello, Betty Albano and John Mullen; Sophomores Barbara Perrv' 
Wil ham Lee, Denis Medlm, Rose Peilenn, Rita DellVeneri and Jean Foster 
Freshmen are Richard Polzello, Mane Savery and Judith Levins. 



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Senior Cabinet 




Seated, Ufl to nght: Shechan Tree, Helene Betit, Edward Kupic, President; Catherine Barrett, Anne Gouchoe, 
Standing, h/t it' right: Joseph McDevitt. Shirley Drinwater, Edward Handley, Edward Copps, Thomas Levins 

Eileen Kearney, Norman Thibault. 
Absent from Picture: Betty Albenco. Robert Romano, 



Monitors 




First row: Mary O'Byrn, Thercsc Pockette. 

Second row: Joan Lucas, Margaret Ryan. Barbara Druke, Frances Gawet, Shirley O'Neill, Mary Metier. 

Tilt I rd row, Mary Joyce Elkey, Catherine Barrett, Theresa Druke, Helene Betit. Sheehan Tree, Cupum; Helene 

Harvey, Mary Pawlusiak, Corinne Leary, Beverly Rye. 
Four tit row: David Fagan, Philip Thayer, Donald Trombley. 



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Clarion Editorial Board 




Phyllis Mcliuron, Joanne Riviere, Gail Murray. Andrew Scott, Jean Mayer, Albina Marro, Cynthia 
Cran Jail, Judy Corcoran. 



Rushing to meet deadlines, typewriters tapping out copy, trips to the 
office for information, drawing up a dummy, telephone calls to the printer — 
these tasks and many more all go into the printing of our school publication, 
"The Clarion." But when the paper arrives for the members of the student 
body to read eagerly and with avid interest, the editor and staff consider all 
the work worthwhile. 

Twelve issues of "The Clarion" were published this school year with 
Helene Harvey as Editor-in-Chief, Other seniors who served untiringly were 
Bettv Cheslev, News Editor; Catherine Ann Barrett, Feature Editor; Shirley 
O'Neill, Sports Editor and Helene Betit, Feature Writer. The remainder of 
the Staff, composed of Juniors will be the responsible leaders next year. 

A word of thanks is due to Sister Mary Barbara who has guided the 
editorial board through its year of "thrills and woes" and Sister Mary Concepta 
who has handled the role of adviser to the Business Board. 



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Business Board 



First nni': Mary Goodrich, BawftfSS VIiiui^t 
V. ihJ row: Mary Pawlusuk. Eileen O'Rourkc. 
-Thir.l i.'u Mary Metier. Margaret Canary. 
Fourth rou': Mary Clark, Catherine McDevitt. 
Pif'tli row. Sheehan Tree. Audrey Matt. 
Snili row: Nancy Jerry, Frances Burke 
Satcnth row: Joan Herf, Anne Gotichoe. 



Soliciting advertisements, gar- 
nering in the payments, delivering 
papers, always on the lookout to 
satisfy "The Clarion" backers are 
these wide-awake members of the 
"Clarion" Business Board who 
have been instrumental in the 
1951-52 publication's success. Co- 
managers in 1951 were Mary 
Clark and Frances Burke. The 
'51-' 52 edition was managed by 
Mary jane Goodrich. 



Clarion Typists 




Mary White. Felicia Sapinski, Barbara Trombetta, Patricia Timbers, Marilyn Carroll, June Goodcll. 



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Catholic Students Mission Crusade 




Scald, Iij'l 10 right: M. J. Elkey, R. Lord, C. Lcary, D. Hamilton, M. Pa try, Vice Prfsulitii; B. Trombctu, 

M. Woods, A. Gillian. J. Pitamello, ]. Taylor. 
SuiiiJiBj;. L/i 1 1' i'ij;lu; H. Bent, P. Vail, B AlbanoJ Herf, L Garofano, N.Jerry, B. Shimon, M Surrcll, 

J. Balestra, M. Pawlusiak, Trriisiirfr; P. Timbers, Riairjuij: Scfnliiry; J. Goodell, CVnvsrviiibiij; .SdTi'lary; 

R. Stebbins, M. White. B. Alherico, S. Dnnwatcr, A. Colomb. H. Beauchamp.J. Hartc, A. Dell Vcncri. 

Y. Alfonso. 
Cfiitcr, hack. Thercsc Pockcttc, PrcsiJi'iil. 



The Mission Crusade has alwavs existed at the 
Academy. It was not until this year that it has 
become an active Unit, reorganized under the direc- 
tion of Sister Mary Matthew. The officers chosen 
from the class of '52 are: President, Therese Pockette; 
Vice President, Mary Patty; Secretary, June Goodell; 
Treasurer, Mary Pawlusiak. 

Through this Unit the entire student body has 
ransomed pagan babies, participated in stamp con- 
tests, collected clothes for the Missions, and sent 
periodicals and books to needy schools and missions, 
prisons and hospitals. 




Therese Pockette and Anne 
Colomb holding the baptismal cer- 
tificate of a payan baby ransomed 
by the CSMC. 



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Mary, Queen Of All Academy Hearts, 
Crowned With Blossoms On May Day 




Left to right: Mary Patry, Mary White and Mary Clark 



HELEN E BETIT CROWNS STATUE OF OUR LADY 
IN ACADEMY CHAPEL 

"Make your dedication to Mary, Queen of 
All Academy Hearts, complete, sincere and 
entire," was the theme of the sermon by 
Reverend Edward Foster at the May Day Mass. 

Our annual tribute to Mary was climaxed by 
the crowning of the statue in the Grotto 
followed by outdoor Benediction of the Blessed 
Sacrament. 



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Driver Education 




Frail, \cft ic ri&hi: Barbara Ridlon, Margaret Combatti, Helen Chamberland, Eileen O'Rourke, Mr. Walter 

Moore, Insiriiiwr; Joan Lucas, Kathleen O'Rourke, Eva Papincsak, Feb a a S.ipmski, Mary White, 

Patricia Timbers, Marilyn Carroll. 
Ihck, hfi UJ rijjit: Donald Jeffo, Francis Lynch, Kathleen Czihy, Frances Gawet, Mary Clark, Shirley 

O'Neill, Mary Glcason, Marina Quesnel, Eileen Kearney, Dorothy Davison, Bernard Archambault, 

Charles Swahn. 



Aeronautics 




L/l to tight: Mr. Walter Moore, Instructor; Gene Bragg, John jeffo, Robert Small, Eileen Kearney, James Lux. 



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Biolo 



gy 




Classes 
In 

Action 



Lr/t in n'i>lit. jean Whalcn, Judith Corcoran, Patricia Thompson, 
Francis Bizzarro, Lawrence Reynolds. 



Smtii, lift to ng)n: Thumas Levins, Robert Navin. 
Edward Handlcy, Donald Tromblcy. 




French II 




H. Bctit, H. Harvey. L. Kearney. M. Clark. C. Barrett, T. Pockcttc. B. Cheslcy, S. O'Neill. M, j. Elkey, 
M. Surrell, T. Levins, R. Co! burn, J. Balcstra, J. Herf, C. Courscy, P. Fagan.J. Bresnehan, M. Ryan, 
K. O'Rourkc, F. Burke, E. O'Rourke. D. Tromblcy, R. LaVictoire, E. Kupie, E. Copps. H. Hand ley! 



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Phys 



ICS 




ScatrJ. left W r&U R. Romano, J. Mullen, P. Pagan, D. Burke, R. Clark, J. O'Brien, T. Whelan, B. Archam- 
bault. 

Standing, lr/l to n'jjlit: R. Collin^ E. Copps, A. Socinski, T. Levins, J. Eaton, J. McDcvict. 



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Slii nil idj, Ufi to rijjlil: Eleanor Enckson, Catherine 
LaBcllc, Mary Surrell, Mary White. Constance 
Howard, Edward Kupic, Nancy Jerry, Ruth 
Lord. 



Typewriting II 




E.Taylor, C. Prior, R. Bruncllc, G. Souha.J. Lucas, J. Hughes. J, Ragosca, M. Patry, M. Coombs, J. Pitaniclln, 
D. Hamilton, P. Thayer, P. Timbers, J. Goodell, M. Pawlusiak, M Combatti, D. Davison, M. Goodrich, 
C. Leary, j. Taylor, L, Garofano, F. Sapinski, S. Drinwater, K. Czihy, M. Carroll, M. White, A. 
ti 7 tt- j ■ Calomb.. Bj. TroinbeUa, i\l Mccicc.A- Giwichoe, A. Gilliuan, M. Woods, F. Gawet. 

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Residents 




Stated, left to right: Hclene Harvey, President; Eva Papincsak, Secretary; 

Theresa Druke, Trtasuren Hclene Bctit, Vjtt'Prmdtlii. 
St.Tii.ling, Itftt&right: Corinnc Leary, Barhara Druke, Kathleen Czihy, 

Rosemary dc Bcttencourt . Mary O'Byrn. 



Unforgettable memories will linger long in the hearts of the senior residents 
after their Graduation from Mount St. Joseph. The girls they have met and the 
associations they have had with each other add up to countless experiences well 
worth remembering. 

To promote even further the companionship with each other, a closely- 
knit organization known as The Residents' Club was formed this year. 

Officers elected were Helene Harvey, President; Helene Betit, Vice- 
President; Eva Papincsak, Secretary; and Theresa Druke, Treasurer. 

Several activities were held during the year. Among these were well- 
planned parties with appropriate programs on such occasions as Halloween, 
Christmas, St. Valentine's Day, and St. Patrick's Day. During May the 
Seniors tendered the under-classmen an enjoyable party and entertaining pro- 
gram to show their appreciation of the splendid co-operation which made 
possible a well organized Club, 



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Boys' and Girls' States 




Seated, left to right: Joan Lucas, Hclene Bctit, Catherine Barrett, Shirley O'Neill, 
Mary Metier, 

Standing, jit row. Philip Thayer, Thomas Levins, Edward Ccpps, George Soulia, 
Edward KuplC. 

Stdndiitg, 2nd row; Edmund Taylor, David Fagan, Donald Tromhley. 



The seven M.S.}. representatives at Green Mountain Bovs' State enjoyed 
a daily recreation program in addition to their regular duties of conducting 
town, city and state governments in the plan of the Mythical State. 

The ninth annual session of Green Mountain Girls' State found five 
Academy girls taking integral parts in the government of their Mythical State. 

These sessions sponsored by the American Legion and its Auxiliary 
propose to teach the methods of our government through experience. 



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"Arsenic and Old Lace" 




Smtelhfmfigktl Frances Gawet, Joseph McDcvitt, Eileen O'Rourkc, John Brcsnchan, Jerry Ra R osta 
Shcchan Tree. ° 



Standim lef i iii irijifii. Anthony Socinski, Thcmas Levins, Francis Lynch, Bernard Archamtault Edmund 
Taylor, Edward Kupic, David Fagan, Edward Copps. 

Senior dramatists under the direction of Sister Mary Imelda produced 
Joseph Kesselring's "Arsenic and Old Lace." 



Martha Brewster 
Abbv Brewster 
Elaine Harper 
The Rev, Dr. Harper 
Teddv Brewster 
Officer Brophy 
Officer Klein . 
Mortimer Brewster 
Mr. Gibbs 
Jonathan Brewster 
Dr. Einstein 
Officer O'Hara 
Lieutenant Rooney 
Mr. Whiterspoon 



THE CAST 



Frances Gawet 
Eileen O'Rourke 
Shef.han Tree 
Joseph McDevitt 
Bernard Archambault 
Anthony Socinskt 
Francis Lynch 
Edward Copps 
Jerry Ragosta 
Thomas Levins 
Edmund Taylor 
David Fagan 
Edward Kupic 
John Bresnehan 



COMMITTEES 

Make up: Mary White, Nancy Jerry, Patricia Timbers, Marilyn Carroll, 

Mary Clark, Kathleen O'Rourke 
Ushers: Louise Garofano, Mary Patry, Rosemary DeBettencourt 
Prompt its; Joan Herf, Betty Chesley 
Tickcfs; Helen Chamber land, Margaret Combatti 
Publicity: Joan Herf, Catherine Barrett 
Proper l ics: Anne Gouchoe, Mary Coombs 

Costumes: Therese Pockette, Margaret Canary, Agatha Gennette, Mary 
Mecier 



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Music Department Graduates 




Li/i tt» ri^lit: Barbara Druke, Betty Chesley, Peggy Ryan, Rosemary de Bettencourt. 



The annual Graduation Concert was presented in the Academy Auditorium 
on June L Assisting the graduates were the girls' glee chorus and piano under- 
graduates. The program, dedicated to Edward MacDowell (1861-1908), 
the greatest of American composers, was as follows; 

Of a Tailor and a Bear Diane Valenti, '55 

Taran telle ........ James Moscatello, '55 

Idyl (Vocal) Jean Abatiell 

Will O' the Wisp (Duo Paino) . . Betty Chesley, Peggy Ryan 

Shadow Dance ........ Barbara Druke 

Witches' Dance Betty Chesley 

In Deep Woods ...... Rosemary de Bettencourt 

Merry Maiden Spring (Vocal ) Jean Foster 

Hungarian ... .... Peggy Ryan 

Rigaudon (Duo Piano) . . Barbara Druke, Rosemary de Bettencourt 



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Mount St. Joseph Academy Band 




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Drums beating, a fanfare of trumpets, snappy 
majorettes twirling — an organization of young 
musicians spectacular and efficient — that is the 
Mount St. Joseph Academy Band! The Band 
epitomises the spirit of M.SJ. set to music and 
on the march. 

During this past season, the Band attended 
the Rutland-Mt. St. Joseph Football game. As 
the crowd cheered, the Band marched and 
performed before the excited spectators. 

The Combined Band Concert of the Rutland 
High School and Mt. St. Joseph Bands given 
in the Armory February 25, proved a great 
success, and warrants the event becoming an 
annual affair. 

Six school bands, conducted and instructed 
by Napoleon W. Ianni, participated in the 
Manchester Music Festival, April 26, under the 
auspices of the Manchester Rotary Club, The 
M.SJ. Band was well received, and along with 
the other five bands was presented a trophy by 
the Rotanans. Band President, George Soulia, 
accepted the presentation. 

The month of May found the Band with a full 
program. May 1, May Day at the Academy, napoleon w. ianni 

the Band led the procession. On Armed Director 
Forces' Day, May 17, the Band was right on hand to lend color and spirit to 
the Parade. The next day, the Band boarded busses and rode off to Barre, to 
play in the Exercises conducted by the Holy Name Society. Memorial Day 
found the Band starting early for Castleton where it participated in the parade. 
From there it went on to Crown Point, New York, where it rendered services 
in the memorial exercises held in that city. 

Highlights for the Academy musicians are taking part in the New England 
Music Festival and the Vermont Music Festival. This year, several members 
of the Band took part in the New England Concert Festival, which was held 
in New Britain, Connecticut; also, the M.S.J. Band was represented m the All- 
State Red Band and All-State Orchestra in the Vermont Music Festival, 
Burlington, Vermont. 




VERMONT MUSIC FESTIVAL— BURLINGTON 



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Danforth Awards 




Barbara Druke, Philip Thayer 



In recognition of qualities of leadership, the William H. Danforth 
Foundation Award went to Barbara Druke and Philip Thayer. The Danforth 
foundation presents such awards each year to a worthy Senior boy and girl 
m high schools all over the United States and Canada. The award consists 
of a certificate with the challenge to Dare Greatly-Live Usefully-and 
Share Freely all worthwhile things in life." The name of the winner of the 
award is a so entered on the "I Dare You" Honor Roll at the Foundation in 
ot. Louis, Missouri. 

Along with the certificate is received a book, "I Dare You" by Mr 
Dan ortn. The book was originally written for the benefit of his business 
farm y, and friends, but as the idea spread, the result was the formation of the 
Danforth Foundation and the I Dare You Honor Roll. His message to the 
daring youth of today is to be real leaders-"to think tall, stand tall, smile 
tall, and live tall. 



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Babe Ruth Awards 




Ann Rkardon, Thomas Levins 



Sportsmanship, citizenship, leadership, co-operation, scholastic standing 
and participation in athletic and curricular activities were the points considered 
when choosing Thomas Levins and Ann Reardon winners of the Babe Ruth 
Awards. 

Both received a medal from the Babe Ruth Foundation. An engraved 
plaque was received by the school on which the names of the recipients will be 
inscribed for the next ten years. 



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Physical Education 




Spmiim, left 10 right: Sandra Mauley. Rose King, Joan Kenney, Therese Glodskt, Barbara Pocket te, Janet 

Hughes Patricia Foster, Shirley Cheney, Anna LaBcllc, Judy Dunn, Beverly Lorcttc, Sandra Sibley, 

Jean Foster, Phyllis McCue. 
Center, left to right: Rosemary Shortslccvcs, Bcrniee Smyrski, Sandra Couture, Martha Lord, Jo Anne Franzom, 

Joan Duncan, Barbara Perry, Frances LaPianna, Maureen O'GraJy, Rita Dell Veneri, Alice Le Vangie, 

Josephine Mainolfi. 




Left to Rijjlii: 

VVil I iam DaltO, Francis Cotrupi, Thomas Trombetta, Robert Tromblcy, Harley Soulia, Ambrose Colomb, 
Wayne KmR, Reginald Colomb, William Bennett, Harold Burke, Ronald King. John Cain, John Smyrski. 
Wendell Tilden, Terry Hannon, Richard Graves, Thomas Joyce, Bernard Pockctte, Robert Kcere, Lyie 
Raymond. 



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Underclassmen 




Junior Class 




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Frances Abbott 
Donald Adams 
Betty Albano 
Yolanda Alfonso 
Helen Bcauchamp 
Francis Bellamy 
Stanley Bison 
Francis Bizzarro 
Joseph Bizzarro 
John Blaise 
Elizabeth Brown 
Douglas Burke 
Robert Burke 
Martha Campbell 
Margaret Carroll 
Mary Carroll 
Thcrese Chaplcau 
Robert Clark 
Ruth Clark- 
Robert Collins 
Evelyn Colomb 
Judith Corcoran 
Betty Corey 



Marie Cote 
John Cragin 
Cynthia Crandall 
jean Crouch 
John Crowley 
Robert Dalto 
Robert Dclpba 
Kathleen Dezcro 
Edward Dolphin 
Margaret Donovan 
Marjorie Dn'nwater 
John Eaton 
Martha FarKcil 
Clarisse Ferland 
Shirley Fitzsimmons 
James Fox 
Catherine Garofano 
Joseph Garofano 
Fcrnand Germain 
James Gleason 
John Gray 
Joan Hartc 
John Jcfto 



Greta Johnson 
Janice Knight 
James La Francois 
Ellen LaPinc 
Gerald Lloyd 
Elizabeth Lorettc 
Donald Loseby 
Patricia Lucas 
Richard Manley 
Albi na Marro 
Audrey Matt 
[can Mayer 
Kat fieri ne McDevitt 
Phyllis Mehuron 
Joan Me nine 
Alice Miglis 
Robert Minard 
Consuclla Mondella 
Marie Mondella 
John Mullen 
Gail Murray 
Joseph Museatello 
Helen Nugent 



John O'Brien 
Katherinc Pellerin 
Bernicc Phillips 
Audrey Preedom 
Patricia Raymond 
Ann Reardon 
Ronald Richards 
Joanne Rizziere 
Kathleen Salerni 
MuiiJ Sant'ord 
Louise Scgale 
Bernadettc Shanuin 
Joseph Smyrski 
Norhert Soulia 
Patricia Thompson 
Esther Valcnty 
Patricia Vail 
Frannie Weeks 
Mania Welch 
Jean Whalen 
Thomas Whalen 
Joan Zawistowski 



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more 



Class 




Jean Allen 
I hum as Arzberger 
Josephine Balestra 
Robert Bennett 
Ralph Bove 
Nancy Bovc 
Harold Burke 
Nancy Burke 
Gordon Brown 
John Cain 
Francis Callahan 
Cccile Campbell 
Thomas Carngan 
Charlotte Cheney 
Shirley Cheney 
Ambrose Colomb 
Reginald Colomb 
Constance Costello 
Francis Cotrupi 
Ann Courcelle 
Sandra Couture 
Thomas Creed 
Theresa Cullinan 
William Dalto 
Rita DeJI Veneri 
Jane Delorm 
Sheila Donovan 
Joan Duncan 
Julia Dunn 



Patricia Fleming 
John Flynn 
Jean Foster 
Patricia Foster 
Mary Fox 
Jo Ann Franzoni 
Adeline Fucille 
Mary Fusco 
Salvatore Gallo 
Robert Gillam 
Layvrenee Gleason 
Theresa Glodzik 
Richard Graves 
Michael Hal pin 
Terry H .in nan 
Ann Heath 
Suzanne Hinchcy 
Janet Hughes 
Kathleen Hurley 
John Hutchtns 
Thomas Joyce 
Robert Kcefe 
Joan Kenney 
Rose Mane King 
Ronald King 
Wayne King 
Anna LaBellc 
Donald LaPiant 
Francis LaPiana 



William Lee 
David Lend way 
Alice LaVangie 
Raymond LevesqiK 
Joseph Levins 
Martha Lord 
Beverly Lorettc 
Mary Lovett 
Diana Loyrcllc 
Josephine Mainolfi 
Sandra Manley 
Joan Marco 
James Marinucci 
Phyllis MeCue 
Richard McNamara 
Marie McPhec 
Dennis Mcdlin 
Raymond Mullm 
Basil Nichols 
Patricia O'Brien 
Maureen O'Grady 
Charles O'Rourke 
James O'Shea 
Marie Palucci 
Rosemary Pellerin 
Barbara Perry 
Barbara Pockette 
Bernard Pockette 



in mi; Poi kette 
Mildred Ponto 
Margaret Quinn 
Lylc Raymond 
Michael Reedy 
Mart Lou Reed 
Ralph Rice 
Mary Roussil 
Jean Ann Ryan 
Joseph Sabourin 
Andrew Scott 
Barbara Sheche 
Rose Short sleeves 
Sandra Sibley 
John Slattery 
Frederick Small 
Be mice Smyrski 
Harley Soulia 
Ralph Soulia 
Lawrence Stewart 
Thomas Swahn 
Caroline Tardifl 
Gertrude Tatro 
Wendell Tilden 
Thomas Trombetta 
Robert Trombley 
Mane Twigg 
Frances Zullo 



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Freshman Class 



Jean Abatiell 
Leo Abbott 
Laura Aquist apace 
Rodney Badgewick 
Joseph Barrett 
Gloria Bcauehamp 
Sandra Bove 
John Bufrum 
Beverly Bullock 
June Burke 
Elizabeth Burke 
John Carbine 
Claire Carroll 
Patricia Carroll 
Barbara Ciofti 
James Ciofli 
John Cicary 
Patricia Colburn 
Ernest Deeker 
Eleanor Dell Veneri 
Dorotliy DcPan 
Mary Ellen Dooley 
Anne Dubeau 
Anne Duffy 
William Duffy 
Diana Erickson 



Dorothy Ferguson 
Richard Fleming 
Theresa Fox 
William Fueci 
Elizabeth Garbey 
Ins Gilrain 
Frances Gtikey 
Ernest Goodrich 
Rose Harte 
Mary Harvey 
Sara Hubbard 
Mary Johnson 
Richard Johnson 
rhomas Keiltv 
John Welsh 
Marcella King 
Carolyn Korzun 
Carolyn La Fond 
Gayie LaMoria 
Phyllis LaPenna 
Fredda LaPlnc 
Louis LaPiana 
William Layden 
Sherwood LeClair 
Robert LeFrancois 



Judith Levins 
Bernard Mahoney 
Luigi Mainolh 
David Mandigo 
Joan Mangan 
Wayne Manley 
Mary McCarthy 
Nancy McCleilan 
Matthew McDevitt 
Sally MeManus 
Jeanne McNeil 
Eileen Mehuron 
Pa sl] u Mondella 
Virginia Mondclla 
James Moscatello 
Margarcc Mulhern 
Margaret Murphy 
Martha Murphy 
Robert Noe 
Richard Norton 
Thomas Nugent 
Patricia Peryer 
Frances Petraglia 
Richard Polzello 
Leo Racine 



Virginia Ragosta 
John Reardon 
William Reardon 
Janice Reed 
Linda Rielly 
Lucille Ricci 
Alfred Rizzico 
Terence Rounds 
Joseph Romano 
Frances Sabotka 
Thomas Sanders 
Marie Savory 
Donald Senecal 
Joseph Serrani 
Paul Shortsleevcs 
Edmund Small 
Bern ice Soulia 
Marilyn Stewart 
Joseph Tripodi 
Diana Valcnte 
Emily Valenty 
Judith Webster 
Robert Welch 
Joyce Wilder 
Richard Wilder 



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Cheerleaders 




Marilyn Carroll. 
Toj' unter: Mary Ellen Carroll. 



, Led by Senior Co-Cap tarns, Marilyn Carroll and Mary Mecier, this 
year's Academy cheerleadmg squad spirited the basketball and football teams 
on to new efforts and new heights of glory. Games and Pep Rallies made 
continual demands on the time of the vivacious sextet. Other members of the 
group included Juniors Ann Reardon and Mary Ellen Carroll, also Sophomores- 
Ann Courcelle and Sandra Manley. 



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Football 




f irst run-, Lfi in right: J. Muscatcllo. R- Romano. J. Eaton, E, Copps, F. Small, Captain J- McDcvitt, 

R Brunei lc. j Mullen. J. Biz^arro, F. Bizzarro, K. Lafaso. 
SiYixU we: Jim Muscatcllo. M. Hatpin, R. McNamara, |. Garofano, J. Blaise. R. Bovc.J, Hughes, M. Decker, 

W. Lcc, S. Gailo. 

Third row: J. Levins, J. Serram . R. Badgcwick. D. Small, M. McDcvitt. D. Senecal, D. Medlin, J. Cioffi, 

F. Carbine. R Polzcllo, J. Tripodi. 
Fmtrtti row D. Russell, J. Gennette, L. LaPiana. R. Welch, J. Reardon, C. O'Rourke, T. Carrigan, E. 

Dolphin, R. Noe, T. Kiclty, W. Reardon. 
Coach James McLaughlin, Assistant Gwfh Robert Rounds. 



Here begins the tale of the 1951 edition of Mount St, Joseph Academy's 
football team. Under the guidance of Coach McLaughlin, the Green Wave 
completed another successful season, keeping up the tradition of former great 
Academy squads. They wound up with a good record of four wins and three 
looses against the strongest opposition the Green Mountains had to offer. 



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The Motilities got off on the right root in the season opener with a stirring 
1 3-6 win over an always strong Granville High club. Slam Romano's sparking 
51-yard run gave the Acads a lead which they never relinquished. Keith 
Lafaso and Tom Carrigan collaborated on the second score. Meanwhile the 
great Academy line, anchored in the center by Captain Joe McDevitt, was 
limiting the Empire Staters to but one touchdown. 

Win number two was chalked up at the expense of the Purple of Bellows 
Falls High. The 2-0 final score sounded more like a baseball game than a foot- 
ball game. The Mounties capitalized on a break to rack up a safety for the 
only score. Again the Academites stood out on the defense, holding the Purple 
pointless throughout the game. 

Then the Mounties ran into trouble against one of the most powerful 
ball clubs m the state— Spaulding High of Barre. The Acads pushed across 
a quick first-period score and took the lead on a pass from Frank Bizzarro to 
brother Joe. But from then on it was all Spaulding. The Crimson Tide racked 
up two touchdowns in the first quarter and then added one more in each of the 
next three stanzas for a 33-6 victory. 

The Green Wave then got back on the victory trail by overpowering the 
• Catamounts of Bennington High to the tune of 27-6. Sophomore end Dick 
McNamara came into his own as he grabbed two of Frank Bizzarro's tosses and 
went for touchdowns. The next T.D. was rolled up on a beautiful run by 
Slam Romano, and Sonny Gallo's 12-yard jaunt to paydirt completed the score. 

Then came a real heartbreaker. The Mounties came out on the short end 
of a 7-6 score against the Cosmos of Springfield High. Sprmgfieid rook a 




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seven-point lead in the very first period. Then Joe Muscatello grabbed a 
Springfield fumble in the third quarter and raced eighty yards to score. But 
the all-important try for the extra point failed, and the Cosmos gained a 
one-point decision. 

Then came the contest with Cathedral High of Burlington and another 
w in for the Green Wave — their fourth of the season. The Mounties tallied 
twice in the first half, and then held the Little Indians to but one touchdown 
in the second half to take a 14-6 victory. The vaunted passing combination of 
Frank and loe Bizzarro accounted for both Academy scores. 

That last game we prefer not to talk about — the annual Armistice Day 
clash with the Red Raiders of Rutland High. The Acads did their best, but 
were unable to cope with the bigger and more experienced line of the Rechnen. 
An v way, it was no disgrace to lose to the Raiders, who completed an undefeated 
season and captured the Vermont State Title. 

The end of the season brought more credit to the Academv team. Five 
Mountie stars gained honorable mention on the All-State team — namely, end, 
Joe Bizzarro; guard, Tom "Tucker" Levins; center, Joe McDevitt; quarterback, 
Frank Bizzarro: and halfback, Slam Romano. 

Five senior Ac ide mites doffed their uniforms for the last time after the 
Rutland game — McDevitt, Levins, Romano, and linemen, Ed Copps and Bob 
Brunellc. 



SCHEDULE 



M.S.J. 


13 


Granville 


6 


M.S.J. 


2 


Bellows Falls 





M.SJ. 


6 


Spaulding 


33 


M.S.J. 


27 


Bennington 


6 


M.S.J. 


6 


Springfield 


7 


M.S.J. 


14 


Cathedral 


6 


M.S.J. 





Rutland 


35 



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Basketball 




Hariild Burke, Charles O'Ruurkc, William Quinn. Manager , 



One of the best records ever chalked up by an Academy basketball team 
distinguished the Green Wave's 1951-52 season. Bob Rounds, who did a 
wonderful job in his first year of varsity coaching, guided the Mounties to a verv 
successful record of seventeen wins and six losses. The Acads went as far as 
the finals of the Southern Vermont Tournament, and gamed acclaim as one of the 
top four Class A ball clubs in the state. 

The Green Wave opened the season inauspiciously by dropping a 50-37 
decision to the Little Indians of Cathedral High, eventual winners of the North- 
League Title. But then the offensive attack gathered steam as the Acads went 
on to rack up seven straight wins before being finally overhauled by the Cata- 
mounts of Bennington High. Included in this victory streak were a win over 
the Alumni and two defeats of Windsor High's Yellow Jackets; decisions over 
Burlington High and Bellows Free Academy of St. Albans; a 42-25 victory over 
St. Michael's of Brattleboro in the opener of the Southern Vermont League 
season; and a sizzling 56-39 win over the always dangerous Golden Horde of 
West Rutland High. 

Then came a mid-season slump as the Acads dropped three of their next 
four contests. It wasn't a case of no offensive power as the Green Wave came 



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up with 63 and 56 point performances against Bennington and Springfield. 
But the foul shooting in both games left something to be desired. 



The Acads then racked up a 65-33 decision at the expense of Brattleboro 
High, but the Red Raiders of Rutland grabbed the first leg on the city title by 
squeezing out a 34-27 victory. 

Then came another win streak as the Green Wave grabbed six straight 
contests During this period they overcame the toughest opposition in the 
league Bellows Falls, West Rutland, Bennington, Springfield, Brattleboro, and 
Rutland. That last decision over the Red Raiders by a 44-42 count deadlocked 
the series in the race for the city championship. 

The Acads then suffered a heartbreaking loss to the Purple of Bellows Falls 
High to the tune of 46-45, but second place m the S.V.L. and a spot in the 
tournament had already been assured, so there was no real damage done. Ihe 
Mounties then rolled over Cathedral in a return engagement, 47-46, and finished 
out the season in winning style with a brilliantly executed 55-36 decision over 
the Seahorses of Burlington High. 

With an excellent 16-5 record in regular season play, the Acads moved 
into the annual Southern Vermont League Tournament. Their first opponent 
was Springfield High, a club with which they had split the season's series, each 
team taking one game. The Cosmos proved themselves formidable opponents 




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as they drove to an early lead and held it up until the fourth quarter. Then 
Captain Hank Coladonato and his mates closed the gap and then pulled out in 
front to win, 44-41, with the aid of an effective freeze employed during the 
final two minutes. Coladonato's sixteen points led the offensive attack, and 
Joe Bizzarro and Tom Carrigan threw in twelve and nine points, respectively. 

The Green Wave then moved into the tourney finals against the Red 
Raiders or Rutland High, but came out on the short end of a 41-34 score. The 
Mounties held a five-point edge at half time, but the Redmen pulled away in the 
third period, as the Acads were unable to find the range from the floor. The 
Raiders went on to win the Vermont Class A Title, so we certainly have 
nothing to be ashamed of. Col idonato's nine tallies again led the Mounties 
in this, the final game of high high school basketball career. Frank Bizzarro 
and Tom Carrigan also spearheaded the attack. Coladonato proved himself 
the best all-around ballplayer in the tourney, as he was chosen captain of the 
All-Tournament team. 

The Mounties outscored their opponents all through the season, racking 
up a total of 1028 points to 832 for the opposition, and averaging a neat 
44.7 points per contest. Captain Coladonato gained a ranking as one of the 
top scorers in the league, with 289 tallies to his credit or an average of 12.6 
per game. The Bizzarro twins, Joe and Frank, grabbed the runner-up spots 
in the final tallies. Joe's season total of 222 points was more than enough to 




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give him second place, while Frank came in third with 139. Center Bob 
Gillam reached the honored 100-point class with 106, while Tom Carrigan 
and Phil Tahyer notched over 90 points apiece. Carrigan was especially 
valuable for his flashy pi ay making and fine defensive work. Jack Eaton and 
Bobby Carroll were also constant scoring threats throughout the season. Good 
team play was certainly the essential element in the Mounties' success. 

Coach Bob Rounds will be losing three seniors from this year's squad — 
Hank Coladonato, Phil Thayer, and Bob Carroll. However, these losses 
shouldn't be too hard to bear, if you take a look at those veterans who will be 
returning. Three juniors and two sophomores will probably make up the 
nucleus of next season's ball club. The third-year men include Frank and 
Joe Bizzarro and Jack Eaton, all talented and versatile scorers, while Tom 
Carrigan and Bob Gillam, both experienced varsity men, have two more years 
of eligibility. In addition, boys such as Harold "Satch" Burke, Joe Levins, 
Basil Nichols, Mike Decker, and Charlie O'Rourke will be moving up from 
the Jayvees. Another outstanding ball club, perhaps a state title may be in 
the offing — who knows? 

Score 



Date 


Game 


Where Played 




M.S.] 


Dec. 11 


Cathedral 


There 


50 


37 


Dec. 14 


Alumni 


Here 


40 


63 


Dec. 17 


Windsor 


There 


36 


44 


Dec. 21 


Burlington 


Here 


35 


48 


Dec. 28 


Windsor 


Here 


22 


40 


Dec. 29 


St. Albans (B.F.A.) 


Here 


31 


70 


Jan. 4 


St. Michael's 


There 


25 


42 


lan. 8 


West Rutland 


Here 


39 


56 


Jan. 1 1 


Bennington 


There 


71 


63 


Jan. 15 


Springfield 


There 


62 


56 


Jan. 18 


Brattleboro 


Here 


33 


65 


Jan. 22 


Rutland 


There 


34 


27 


jan. 25 


Bellows Falls 


Here 


40 


44 


Jan. 29 


West Rutland 


There 


38 


40 


Feb. 1 


Bennington 


Here 


41 


45 


Feb. 5 


Springfield 


Here 


30 


44 


Feb. 8 


Brattleboro 


There 


35 


48 


Feb. 12 


Rutland 


Here 


42 


44 


Feb. 15 


Bellows Falls 


There 


46 


45 


Feb. 19 


Cathedral 


Here 


46 


47 


Feb. 22 


Burlington 


There 


36 


55 


i 


Southern Vermont 


Tournament 






Mar. 7 


Springfield 


Armory 


41 


44 


Mar. 8 


Rutland 


Armory 


41 


34 



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Baseball 




Frmt ^;!;'£ Tf d " i H nT l , c ^Ti l T i 0,,us Uvms - Francis B ™". Edw«d K UP fe 

Bizzarro, tdwarcl Dolphin. Harold Burke. 

"""" Small .-'do^u 1 LAn t ErnK ' R< ' bert ^ ^ Wevitt, Frederick 

^fenrrlrkn^V 1 "' 11, M Norton Robert Welch, Richard Pblallo. Robert G.llam, 

Frederick Carbine. Joseph Levins. Thomas Swahn, Kftttupr. 



With a full slate of nine veterans returning; for the start of the baseball 
season, the Mounties appeared to be one of the top ball clubs in the area 
Under the tutelage of Coach Bob Rounds, the Green Wave grabbed six wins 
out of their first eight contests. 

In the lead off battle with Poultney, a two-run siKth inning was all the 
Blue Devils needed to take a 2-1 decision. Hank Coladonato and Joe Biz-arro 
teamed up to hold Poultney to one hit. But meanwhile, the onlv Mountie 
to touch the offerings of hurler Wally Fabian was Bizzarro, who drove in the 
lone Academy run on a single in the second. 

A thirteen-hit attack was the big factor as the Acads racked up their 
hrst win in a brilliant 17-1 1 slugfest over St. Mary's of Amsterdam. Hank 
Coladonato s two long homers and a ten-hit pitching job bv Joe Bizzarro and 
Red Burke set the stage for the win. Captain Ed Kupic, Sonny Burke 
lucker Levins, and Joe Bizzano all banged out two hits apiece. 



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Next came win No. 2, as the Mounties pulverized Black River High of 
Ludlow, 20-3. Hank Coladonato turned in a masterful one-hit performance, 
striking out a total of eighteen men along the route, While Coladonato was 
taming the Presidents, first baseman joe Bizzarro was spearheading the Mountie 
attack. He had three hits, including an inside-the-park homer. Frank Bizzarro, 
Tucker Levins, Ed Dolphin and Mike Decker had two hits apiece. 

The Cosmos of Springfield High then fell victims to the Green Wave. 
Tight pitching by Joe Bizzarro and Red Burke limited the Cosmos to but three 
hits. On the offensive side, Joe McDevitt's line single into right scored Ed 
Kupic with the winning run in extra innings to enable the Wave to take a 7-5 
decision. Ed Dolphin and Fred Small led the eleven-hit attack for the Mounties. 

Next came a tussle with the Slaters of Fair Haven High and another win 
for the Acads, this time, a 14-3 victory. Behind the tight pitching and the 
four hits of Hank Coladonato, the Wave wrapped up the issue in the very first 
inning. Frank Bizzarro and Mike Decker also led the attack. 

Then the Mounties ran up against Bennington High, and came out on the 
short end of a 2-1 score, joe Bizzarro limited the Catamounts to seven hits, 
but meanwhile the Acads could gather only five off the offerings of hurler Don 
Burke. Bizzarro" s double in the sicth drove in the onlv Mountie run. 

Next came the annual tilt with the Golden Horde of West Rutland. This 
time the Mounties came out on top to win, 1-0, in a brill l.intly pitched contest. 
Red Burke allowed only four hits and but one walk. Although the Wave 
had only five safeties, they were able to make them count. 

The Mounties then took over the first leg of the city baseball title with a 
sizzling 4-3, extra-innmg victory over the always dangerous Red Raiders of 
Rutland High. Hank Coladonato's game- winning home run in the last of the 
eighth provided a fitting climax to an excitement- hi led contest. Sharing the 
Academy spotlight were Joe Bizzarro, whose relief pitching held the Red men 
scoreless for the last three innings; and Eddie Dolphin, whose sixth-inning 
single tied the score. The Mounties seven hit attack and tight defensive work 
was the big factor, as it was all through the season. 



THE SCHEDULE 



April 25— M.S.}. 

27— M.S.J. 

30— M.S.|. 
Mav 2— M.S.J. 
7— M.S.J. 
9— M.S.J. 

14— M.S.J. 

16— M.S.J. 

21— M.S.J. 

23— M.S.J. 

27— M.S.J. 

30— M.S.J. 



1 


Poultney 


2 


17 


St. Mary's (Amsterdam) 


11 


20 


Ludlow 


3 


7 


Springfield 


5 


14 


Fair Haven 


3 


1 


Bennington 


2 


1 


West Rutland 





4 


Rutland 


3 


2 


West Rutland 


1 





Rutland 


4 


5 


Bennington 


3 


4 


Rutland 


9 



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1850 102 YEARS OF SERVICE 1952 

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RUTLAND, 


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HOMEMADE 




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RONDEAU'S BAKE SHOP 


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The Appliances MOST Women Want Most I 

Electric Ranges — Refrigerators - - Freezers — Washers - lroners 
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Congratulations To 
MOUNT SAINT JOSEPH'S 
Class of 1952 

THE RUTLAND COUNTY 
NATIONAL BANK 

Established 1864 

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W. E. GRACE CO. 


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Prescriptions Are Carefully Compounded by Three Registered Pharmacists 
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SHANGRAWS PHARMACY 
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Center at Wales St. Rutland, Vermont 



PAUL'S INC. 

43--^ Center St. Rutland, Vermont 

Established 1910 

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Phone 510 
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VERMONT TANK & PUMP CO. 


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( ENTER RUTLAND, VT. 


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EVERYTHING EOR 


THE SPORTSMAN 


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RUTLAND 


GULE GAS AND OILS 


WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 


TIRES AND ACCESSORIES 


WHOLESALE GROCERY 


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SOUTH END FOOD MARKET 


FOY'S MARKET 


QUEBEC CIGAR CO., Inc. 


Corner Strongs Ave. and Madison St. 


RUTLAND, VERMONT 


Phone 1548 
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Newspapers — Magazines — Tobacco 


Distributors of Fine Cigars in 
Southern Vermont 


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Wholesalers of Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco, 


Oven' Baked Pastries from Jones' Home 


Pipes, Razor Blades 


Bakery 


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ABEL S TIRE CORP. 



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SERVICE SATISFACTION 

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Furnishings Moderately Priced 

Our Interior Decorators Are At Your Service 

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Our Forests — Coal — Oil 
ALL Our Natural Resources 
Are Necessary To Our Existence 
As A Free Nation 
Let's Not WASTE A Bit Of Them 

SMITH LUMBER COMPANY. Inc. 

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GREETINGS 




to Mount St. Joseph 




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THE FASHION SHOP 


the Class of 1952 




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CONGRATULATIONS 


To The Class of 1952 


From 


HOWE'S COFFEE SHOP 


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